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Training magazine’s Training Top 125 Award winners are the organizations with the most successful learning and development programs in the world.

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Girl and Boy Scouts demonstrate life skills and perform service activities in pursuit of merit badges. Military personnel earn badges of honor with acts of valor. Employees may receive ID badges with additional privileges or access when they are promoted. Even today’s fitness trackers provide badges for steps taken and miles logged.

How organizations can use badging to encourage learning and generate results.

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Learning management systems have tremendous capacity for obtaining and storing data about your learners and your organization. But how easy is it for you to access that information, and how adept are you at using it?

Super Portal

Learning portals are assumed to have superhero qualities that, in a perfect world, let them overcome learning challenges in a single bound and demolish roadblocks with bolts of logic. In a perfect world, each learning portal would be as intuitive as Amazon and as searchable as Google. Achieving those goals isn’t easy, but it is possible.

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Training to Complement Independent Businesses

When developing a training plan for an independent business, keep an open mind about methods, delivery, and content. This is your chance to be creative. Don’t throw the rulebook out the window, but feel free to tear out a few pages!

Manage Each Boss Differently

The best way to fine-tune your approach to each boss is to continually ask yourself six key questions about each one.

How to Keep the Consultant’s Perspective as an Internal Trainer

If we straddle the boundary between insider and outsider in our organizations, we can combine the informal authority, relationships, and professional credibility of the insider with the perspective and fresh thinking of the outsider, thus making us much more effective.

Drama Is Killing Us

Easy to sense and difficult to get a handle on, interpersonal drama is one of the most costly drains on relationships and productivity.

The Danger of Speaking the Same Language

When you speak a different language, you’re on guard against miscommunication because you expect it might happen. The danger of speaking the same language is we assume we know what the other person means and only find out we were wrong when there is an issue.

July 2017’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.

Technology to Match Employees and Managers?

Many people these days find their life mates using online dating sites, some of which have assessments people take to determine the personality traits that go best with potential matches. Could that same technology be applied to a company’s intranet to match managers with employees?

Sharpen Your Workforce Development IQ

Workforce development through higher education is something all businesses need to consider. In today’s increasingly competitive markets for both business and talent, going back to school may provide the injection of new life your business needs to achieve its goals.

Build-a-CEO

Wouldn’t be great to bring new ideas, and unorthodox approaches, to a CEO, and see her eyes widen with excitement instead of fear? My custom-made CEO would say: “That’s interesting! What can we do to make that happen?”

Achieving Digital Excellence

Although no two companies will follow the same roadmap in their digital transformation, here is a short list of absolutes that can provide the framework for digital success and can be empowered through employee development and change management support.

Training Your People to Move Agendas

Moving an organization forward relies on people’s capacity to take their ideas and work them through the maze of resistance, overcome challenges, and put those ideas in place.

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Training Top 125

Minneapolis, MN (November 18, 2014)—Training magazine, the leading business publication for learning and development professionals, today announced the finalists for the annual Training Top 125, which ranks companies’ excellence in employer-sponsored training and development programs.

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