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    In a panel discussion Tuesday at the 2017 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, tech leaders shared their views of the role of artificial intelligence in business.

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  • Thriving Learners: Employee Well-Being and the Third Metric

    Employee wellness programs are becoming more popular as employers seek to improve engagement and productivity. By carefully planning and measuring results, training organizations can help employees and organizations thrive.

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  • Castlight Health Announces Strategic Acquisition of Jiff

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  • 10 Tips to Train the Brain for High Performance

    To yield better productivity, it is important that the learner’s brain is capable of grasping, interpreting and recalling all essential work information. Here are some ways to train your employees...

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    In every story, there are good, bad and ugly moments. The same rings true for positive psychology training. According to positive psychology, it’s best to start with the good news...

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  • Using Training Needs Analysis to Choose Between Local and National Training

    With improvements in technology, it’s now easier to use a variety of training models that cater to a variety of learning styles. By incorporating a mix of training methods, you...

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  • IBM’s $1 Billion Training Investment

    Over the next four years, IBM is hiring 25,000 professionals and investing $1 billion in training and development in the U.S.

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