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Training and the Blame Game

How do you help employees reach the goals department or line-of-business leaders set, and how do you train managers to both assess their own role in meeting goals, as well as how to hold others accountable when things go wrong?

From Intern to Trainer

How can trainers make corporate internships programs a learning experience, not just for the intern(s), but for employees, too?

Multiple Generations and Office Preferences

How can trainers help company decision-makers learn the work environment preferences of multigenerational employees, and then come up with needed solutions?

Trainers Can Help Explore Digital Workplace Options

Training a workforce to adapt to the new digital age isn’t just about teaching employees how to use new technology. It’s also about teaching executives how best to optimize technology to better lead their workforce.

Do Employees Need Guidance Counselors?

Companies might want to consider turning one or two their HR employees into the professional version of high school guidance counselors—people you can talk to about professional, and maybe even personal, issues affecting your job.

How Can We Best Utilize (and Manage) Older Employees?

Just as you might guide younger employees on how best to comport themselves in business meetings or negotiations, an older employee might need to be educated about technological advancements.

Do You Have a Results-Focused Workplace?

If employees understand that they solely will be judged by the outcome of their labor, rather than the appearance of their labor, there will be a focus shift.

Avoiding Clone Workforces

How do you encourage a workforce with differing personalities and work styles, while also ensuring relations between employees are productive and pleasant?


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