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  • Sales
  • Improve Sales Performance by Identifying Poker Players, Part 2

    Can your sales team identify Poker Players? A growing trend in procurement today is the ability to play poker. Procurement has learned that by masking their true buying criteria they are...

  • The ‘520’ Sales Dilemma

    The ‘520’ sales dilemma. If you are in sales, or you manage those who sell, there is a choice to make. And it’s not about what to do after work,...

  • Leadership
  • The “Why” of Structure and Direction

    Ever find yourself in a set of circumstances where you just don’t have a clue? For many of us, that question should be amended to read: “How many times a...

  • Technologies
  • EdCast, the “Twitter of Education,” Raises $16 Million in Latest Funding Round

    Social media is not only a buzzword in several different industries; it is also a powerful force on society and the workplace. The Pew Research Center began tracking social media...

  • Leadership
  • Why Good Leaders Take Time to Gain Fresh Perspective

    The higher up you are in your organization, the more time you should spend working on your business, not working in your...

  • Content Development
  • 10 Years Later: What L&D Can Learn from Khan Academy

    During my time as a math teacher, I used Khan Academy often in my classroom because it allowed for self-paced, hands-on-learning. Because its platform gives everyone the chance to learn...

  • E-Learning
  • The Benefits of E-Learning

    All employers are familiar with this situation. There’s a training course that you need to put your staff through, but it’s proving impossible to find a time that works for...

  • E-Learning
  • Respect Your Learners to Maximize ROI

    Recently I spoke with a senior leader about a survey her organization had administered to its workforce. One of the questions it asked was how the organization could improve its...

  • Sales
  • Do Your Questions Differentiate You?

    Critical thinking gets customers out of their box. During my graduate work in training and development, I had the good fortune of taking a psychology class. Toward the middle of...

  • Outsourcing
  • A Taxing Time for Supplier Relationships

    With tax season behind us, it’s a good reminder to review our key training supplier relationships. We want to ensure you have regular scheduled supplier/account review meetings. A regular cadence...

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