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Your Quick Guide to Fostering a Responsible Workplace

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Your Quick Guide to Fostering a Responsible Workplace

One of the most critical traits to look for in an employee is responsibility.  Responsible employees drive the success of an organization, whether for profit or not for profit. 

Understanding responsibility and the traits that define a responsible employee will help you bring more awareness to its importance. Here is our quick guide for responsibility in the workplace.

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Get Your Participants Excited for Corporate Training with Our Tips

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Get Your Participants Excited for Corporate Training with Our Tips

Corporate training is typically considered a fact of working for an organization. It is fairly easy to justify the importance of soft skills training, as it is an actionable way to help your employees grow and meet organizational goals effectively.

But how to we get people excited for something that can sometimes be generalized as mundane like corporate training? It is possible, and being strategic with the marketing and promotion of your training workshops can make a huge impact on the success of your training workshops or training consultations as a whole.

Here are our tips on how to get your participants excited for corporate training.

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Your Quick Guide to Anger Management in the Workplace

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Your Quick Guide to Anger Management in the Workplace

Anger is complex and often a misunderstood emotion that goes beyond simply being mad. Anger is a natural response that follows a pattern of phases, and can transpire from many factors, including other hidden emotions. 

Anger Management training in the workplace can help employees increase their self-awareness and self-management when it comes to anger. This can positively contribute to employee morale, conflict resolution, and creating an overall improved workplace culture.

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9 Tips for Making Your Training Workshops Fun for Increased Retention and Engagement

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9 Tips for Making Your Training Workshops Fun for Increased Retention and Engagement

Corporate training is a part of many employee’s careers. As a trainer, standing in front of a group of learners to train them may be intimidating. However, ensuring that you are delivering effective training workshops is crucial to promoting change and improvements in an organization. Finding ways to connect with your trainees and increase their engagement can help you deliver interactive workshops. Making your training fun can make the content you are teaching more memorable, making your sessions worthwhile to you and your learners. 1. Know Your Audience What does “know your audience” mean in the context of delivering a...

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Your Jargon Guide to the Corporate Training Industry

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Your Jargon Guide to the Corporate Training Industry

Corporate training is an ever-changing industry that is consistently evolving over time through changing circumstances and increases in technology. With that comes many terms and phrases to describe innovations and the latest trends. As global leaders in this industry, we at CTM have put together a glossary that defines some of the most common terms we use every day in hopes that you can better understand corporate training and its many nuances. We consulted CTM Sales Representatives Hailey Conley and Seth Rozee for the most relevant and commonly used industry lingo. Here is our Jargon Guide: Corporate Training Edition.

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