Business is a human-to-human endeavor, and anyone who thinks his or her product or service speaks for itself is sorely mistaken.
Customer education programs are educational activities that a company sponsors for the purpose of supporting the product use of two broad categories of current or potential customers: business professionals and individual consumers.
When done right, the employee and supervisor leave the performance appraisal process with steps toward improvement and a new energy and passion to become better.
We are taught in our early years the importance of showing appreciation and praising those who deserve praise, and that helping others is socially commendable. But how many of us have ever been taught how to give or receive criticism?
By accepting a position of leadership in your organization, you’re making a promise to your employees that you will develop them, give them enriching work, encourage growth and provide opportunities.
An employee’s effectiveness, satisfaction, loyalty, productivity and length of employment are all established in the early days of a job.
Think of your best leaders. They saw your potential and pushed you toward it.
When attempting to teach a behavioral topic (like most compliance issues), traditional online learning methodologies just don’t cut it.
Businesses demand that their leaders work across boundaries, share ideas and communicate effectively to arrive at the best decisions.
This Veteran’s Day, Training Industry is participating in a Veteran’s Support Symposium and Closing Bell Ceremony at NASDAQ.