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Workspace that Works

More and more companies today are focusing on workplace design and environment as it relates to employee productivity, innovation, and collaboration.

Top 10 Hall of Fame Outstanding Training Initiatives (Sept./Oct. 2018)

Each year Training magazine requires all Training Top 10 Hall of Famers to submit an Outstanding Training Initiative that is shared with our readers in a print issue. Here are the details of Booz Allen Hamilton’s Ethics & Compliance Curriculum Transformation and KPMG LLP’s Accounting Update Micro-Learning Series.

Game To Train

“Just do it!” is the advice three companies give when it comes to utilizing games and simulations for training.

Learning Gets A Dose Of Reality

Virtual and augmented reality technology has the unmatched ability to simulate the work challenges you are training employees to handle. The question is how to decide which technologies are right for your learners, and how to roll the programs out to them.

Sharing Critical Feedback

Being the bearer of bad news is neither fun nor easy. Successful managers tend to be direct (although not harsh) early on in the conversation.

Want To Eliminate Scrap Learning?

Start by involving managers in the process of training. Coach them on how to prepare people to come to class. And help them develop learning implementation contracts.

In Search Of Collective Insight

Working at the level of collective insight requires letting go of one’s own biases and embracing the wisdom of others in an open and additive way.

Focus On Sri Lanka

CEOs and HR professionals in Sri Lanka are rethinking leadership styles and looking for ways to maintain high productivity, engagement, and output while reducing their own stress level and that of their employees.

Catch People Doing Something Right

The coaching world shows us three levels of giving positive feedback depending on the personality, situation, and regularity of the practice: Praise, Acknowledgment, and Appreciation.

Unconscious Bias: What’s Age Got To Do with It?

Age is a real conundrum in the workplace. Are workers age 50-plus assets or liabilities? It is possible to have an unconscious bias about age depending on your pre-existing attitudes about age in the workplace.

Sticky Notes: Today’s Talent Wars

The talent wars are especially pronounced in the STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) fields; among the new emerging young workforce; and in more remote geographical areas.

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