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10 Tips To Manage And Coach Teenage Employees

Teenage employees can be valuable business assets— with the right training and oversight. They also will be the business leaders of tomorrow, so it’s in companies’ best interests to provide a positive workplace introduction.

Tips For Coaching Millennials...And Everyone Else

Most advice about managing Millennials focuses on the wrong things, experts say—often meaningless differences between people rather than the massive number of things we have in common, namely, that we all are individuals who want to grow and feel valuable.

Determining Coaching ROI

Coaching, which gives employees extended feedback and guidance for improvement, can produce measurable results—if it’s delivered and assessed the right way.

Work Team Training And Performance Gaps

New research conducted by Training magazine and The Ken Blanchard Companies finds significant differences between the amount of support high-performing teams receive and the support average teams receive— at both an individual leader and organizational level.

Creating An L&D A-Team

Non-traditional hires can build strong, innovative Learning and Development (L&D) teams, bringing a wealth of skills and perspectives that can help L&D transition from a developer and deliverer of learning to a coach and consultant for the business.

The Myth of the Natural Leader

The best managers are people—natural or not—who learn proven techniques, practice those techniques diligently until they become skills, and continue practicing them until they become habits.

Your Time to Shine

Performance management is more than a learning tool—it’s a business methodology that can bring L&D to the forefront of achieving business success.

Maximizing Microlearning

When it comes to microlearning, think about targeted, timely, and actionable learning bites that can be delivered in a short time frame.

Focus On Lebanon

Lebanese are good at memorization and respond well to highly visual hands-on training.

Make The Most Of Introvert Traits

Leadership really is about having the right skills. Those of us who are introverts often don’t recognize some of our personality traits as the “right” skills.

Succession Planning In The Federal Public Health System

A succession planning exercise within the Prevention Research and Translation branch at the National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities (NCBDDD) helped it identify the critical skills needed for future leadership positions.

Cascade Training

By using this approach, we can certify that skills have been properly acquired and that they will be used to continue generating the success of a group in the future.

Front-Line Management 101: I Quit! Why? My Manager!

Benjamin Franklin said: “In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” Perhaps a third should be added: employee attrition. It is an issue all managers face—whether they decide to deal with it or not.

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Training Top 125

2017 Training Top 125 winners demonstrated a strong focus on effective training and employee development tied to corporate strategic goals and business impact.

From the Editor

While editing one of the articles, “Lessons for New L&D Leaders,” for this issue, I read something that struck a chord: “When meeting with peers and up-line colleagues, ask: ‘How can I help you

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