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Workforce Development

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  • What’s Climate Got To Do With It?

    Substantiating post-training behavioral transfer, that fickle and elusive third level of Kirkpatrick’s training evaluation model, often seems like a hard-fought battle.

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  • How to Prepare Your Company for the Future

    Companies in the U.S. are facing a pending loss in brainpower like nothing they have ever seen.

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  • Best Practices for Retaining Good Employees

    A company’s turnover ratio (the number of employees who leave vs. the number who stay over a one-year period) can be a window into employee satisfaction within your organization.

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  • When Training on Appreciation May Not Be Appropriate

    While good things happen when employees feel appreciated, communicating appreciation to staff is not a miracle salve that cures all wounds.

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  • Measuring the Outcome of a High Consequence Training Program

    This article explores the measurement of training outcomes to guarantee a well-rounded, effective and continually useful high consequence training program.

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  • How to Develop Training for Smaller Businesses

    When your business has under ten employees, chances are your training budget is next to nothing and time allocated for training is non-existent.

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  • Building Your Business Credibility

    What’s the difference between a strong training leader and a strong business leader who happens to lead a training organization?

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  • Tapping Into Your Millennial Power

    The shift has happened. More than one-in-three U.S. workers are millennials, surpassing Generation X, according to the Pew Research Center.

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  • Cengage Learning Expands Access to Workforce Development Solutions for Thousands of Career and Technical Education Instructors

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  • Are You Training Your Employees to Leave or Developing Them to Stay?

    The old joke goes that if you train your employees too well, they’ll leave—but don’t train them at all and, lucky you, they stay.

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