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The Atlanta Bridge Inferno: A Lesson on Training Incentives

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Misaligned incentives that slow or prevent adoption of new skills are an age-old problem in training. Organizations often invest a significant amount in training, with admirable intentions, but fall short of the complete alignment necessary to achieve the...

The Why and What of Motivation

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Motivation is a word that is tossed around a lot—motivation to lose weight, to accomplish more and to do just about anything!
There’s no doubt about it, training is important. It helps people succeed at their jobs, becoming more efficient and effective in the workplace. There are those people who are self-motivated and make the time for training on their own, learning for the...