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When interviewing a job candidate, one question a hiring manager likely asks is: “What are your strengths and weaknesses?”

Do the answers to the stock job interview question, “What are your strengths and weaknesses?” give a true representation of a candidate’s capabilities and capacity to be trained?

Under Review

The annual ritual of employees assessing themselves on a company form, managers giving their own evaluation, and the two meeting to discuss the results may be passé. Or at least deemed inadequate at some companies.

Once the gold standard of tracking employee performance, the annual performance review has lost its luster. Some companies are finding ways to increase its relevance and effectiveness, while others are eliminating it entirely.

Who's the boss

The traditional manager who is a planner, visionary, and master of delegation, rather than a co-collaborator, may be becoming less common.

It’s often not the manager these days, as companies are evolving into collaboration-oriented cultures that place less emphasis on hierarchy. But the changing role of managers also means changes in training and organizational mindsets.

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How Can Microlearning Solve Your Sales Problem?

The creation of a new segment of learners—the mobile, client-facing, sales and service staff on whom your customer relationships depend—demands a fundamental shift in the way training needs to be designed and delivered to these kinds of employees.

The Business of Giving

Establishing a strong corporate philanthropy program to attract and retain Millennials and strengthen an organization’s internal business strategies.

ISO Standards Are Changing—Driving the Need for More Training

The key to a successful transition will be to understand the new requirements and develop a careful, thorough plan that ultimately will ensure consistent, high-quality products and services that meet customer and regulatory requirements.

July 2016’s Top Reads

More than 11,000 business books are published every year—an overwhelming choice for busy professionals. Therefore, in partnership with getAbstract, Training brings you July’s top three business books recommended to our readers.

Do Office Dress Codes Still Make Sense?

The clothing we decide to brave the world in is a personal choice. If an employee is customer-facing, the company can give specific directives. But if an employee is not meeting with customers, it’s hard to require much.

Building a Mentally Tough Culture

A mentally tough culture is built on trust, faith in the competence of others, effective and reliable leadership, high expectations, group solidarity, putting the team first, and finding intrinsic enjoyment in accomplishing the mission.

Digital Learning Platforms: The Future of Global Education?

The most significant benefit of digital learning platforms is that they break down barriers to education. Delivering courses online enables people in different geographic areas to take the same course at the same time, even collaborating on projects together.

When No One Else Is Looking

Character means doing the right thing at all times, regardless of whether someone else is looking.

High-Potential vs. High-Commitment Employees

The term, “HICO” (High-Commitment), primarily rests on the premise of genuine commitment being the prime driver of all intentions and actions of a conscientious professional who is routinely tasked to overcome difficult challenges in a precarious work environment.

Be a People Artist at Work

Do you see what is going on around you at work? Do you notice when someone cuts their hair or wears a new outfit? Do you see when someone is struggling? Do you see the contributions being made at work? Do you have vision for what is possible?

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