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  • Combating the Forgetting Curve

    Combating the Forgetting Curve
    Learning leaders are well acquainted with the learning curve. But, there isn’t sufficient attention being given to what some may call, the “forgetting curve” – employees in a classroom often quickly forget much of what was learned, unless it’s reinforced.…
  • Achieving Business Objectives Via Team Building

    Achieving Business Objectives Via Team Building
    A happy, efficient team is a productive and innovative one. When communication, collaboration and creativity are given room to breathe, the effects can be positive for both workplace behavior and business goals.…
  • Incorporating Four Value Propositions Into Your Sales Story

    Incorporating Four Value Propositions Into Your Sales Story
    Often, people mistake value proposition for an elevator speech, as in, “My name is Joe and Acme Corporation always provide you with the right contractor for the job because we meet them first. We provide great service and a great price because we want your business.”…
  • Developing a First-line Leadership SolutionPDF Link

    Developing a First-line Leadership Solution
    A one-time, isolated training event is not a sustainable learning solution - continuous reinforcement is required in order to make training stick. A blended approach provides the glue necessary to solidify training by allowing the learner to consume information in various formats and environments.…
  • Visibility, An Advancement Strategy Women Often Neglect

    Visibility, An Advancement Strategy Women Often Neglect
    Across corporate America, women are missing out on key opportunities. They fail to bring their successes to the attention of people who matter and continually take a back seat to their own accomplishments. As a result, their careers get stalled, often permanently.…
  • A Partnership Model for Expanding Your Learning Offering

    A Partnership Model for Expanding Your Learning Offering
    Learning partnerships offer the best of both worlds. They combine the strength and knowledge of your internal team with the resources and expertise of an outside source. Click on the whitepaper or learn more at JPLlearning.com.…
  • Plugging Value Leaks in B2B Sales Processes

    Plugging Value Leaks in B2B Sales Processes
    When does a one percent loss actually represent an eight percent one? According to McKinsey & Company, a one percent increase in average discount results in an average decrease of 8.7 percent in operating profit. And, in a world where profitable revenue (rather than any revenue) is the goal, helping your B2B sales team capture…
  • 10 Top Sales Boosting Ideas

    10 Top Sales Boosting Ideas
    Product knowledge is no longer the primary tool of sales professionals. Today's buyers already have it. They are savvy, smart and informed. They face entirely new demands in the quest to leverage new technologies, consumer behavior shifts and global market pressures. As salespeople, what can we offer buyers that they can't already find on their smartphones?…
  • E-Learning Will Never Be The Same Again

    E-Learning Will Never Be The Same Again
    Sure, there are new approaches to learning and new learning technologies that promise great things for the future of e-learning. But, do we really understand the change that is taking place right now? In this report, we look at e-learning in the context of increased mobility, an evolving economy, and the cultural impact of generational…
  • Getting Through To Learners

    Getting Through To Learners
    Modern learners are constantly bombarded by information. Formally and informally, trainees receive mountains of tips, suggestions and rules of thumb aimed at improving workplace performance. Our brains are remarkably well-equipped for dealing with this kind of information overload – they just filter most of it out. In fact, the majority of what we “learn” never enters…
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