Training Industry


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  • Sales
  • Are You Driving Without a Destination? Identifying Objectives for Successful Sales Training

    The one question you must be able to answer to communicate to your vendor, to your management team and to your sales force is: What do you want your representatives...

  • Leadership
  • Collaboration Improves Business Outcomes

    Creating a collaborative environment takes a conscious effort, and it impacts the organization’s success. This effort has a concrete and measurable impact.

  • Sales
  • The Putting Problem: Why Executives Don’t Invest in Sales Training

    If the outcome isn’t defined and measured, the “how” doesn’t matter. When the destination is clearly defined, the need to work on the skills becomes apparent to all.

  • Professional Education
  • Learning Leaders as Strategic Business Partners

    The training organization is a key business area that must be led strategically by innovative executives. CLOs and training managers must lead the change.

  • Leadership
  • 7 Reasons Your Managers Are Terrible Coaches

    One in two U.S. employees leave their jobs to get away from a bad manager. There are a lot of not-so-great leaders who lack the communication, interpersonal skills and emotional...

  • Article
  • How Do You Measure the Value of a Great Onboarding Program?

    Thoughtful, personalized, 360-degree job training with an emphasis on human connection and company culture can significantly impact your business bottom line.

  • Sales
  • How to Double Your Sales Force Motivation

    Too many organizations focus on motivation directly. This method doesn’t work as well as simply driving value for customers.

  • Learning Technologies
  • The Democratization of Enterprise Knowledge and Learning

    There is a revolution sweeping through learning and development (L&D). The power has shifted to the employees, and they are eager to share their knowledge and insights.

  • Article
  • How to Identify a Kick-A#! Idea: The 4Rs

    Any evaluation method should be easy to grasp for employees of all levels. This method therefore contains only four dimensions: resonance, resources, relevance and rock ’n’ roll.

  • Sales
  • 3 Must-Have Competencies for Today’s Sales Professionals

    Sales has evolved from pushing products to selling value. To sell value, it is critical to know what is valuable and how that value will be measured.

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Raleigh, NC 27615-6520

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