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Your Guide to Trainee Feedback Surveys

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Your Guide to Trainee Feedback Surveys

There’s no doubt that accepting and collecting feedback is important when providing any product or service, and corporate training is no exception.

And while any feedback is crucial, being strategic with how you ask for it can allow you to get the most useful information you can from your participants.

Ask the right questions and get effective feedback from your trainees with our training workshop feedback survey guide.

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Email Templates to Engage Your Trainees

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Email Templates to Engage Your Trainees

With a vast clientele, effectively communicating with your trainees and prospects is crucial to keeping them engaged and in the loop regarding their corporate training. Whether it is closing prospective trainees, preparing trainees, or requesting feedback, sending clear and effective emails will allow you to accelerate your training/consulting business. Below are our email templates for promoting your corporate training and engaging your trainees.

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5 Ways Adult Learning is Unique (and 7 tips to apply it to your corporate training)

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5 Ways Adult Learning is Unique (and 7 tips to apply it to your corporate training)

It can be easy to assume that the way individuals take in information is fairly consistent. However, have you ever considered how the dynamics of learning change as we age? Consider the strategies used to teach early elementary students, versus someone in high school. How is the classroom laid out? How is information delivered? What are the expectations of the students to help them learn?

Learn more about adult learning and empower yourself to deliver your training accordingly with our guide to adult learning theory.

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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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Looking Back: A Brief History of the Corporate Training Industry

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Looking Back: A Brief History of the Corporate Training Industry

The corporate training industry is constantly evolving to accommodate everchanging technologies and trainer needs. Our industry is dedicated to helping individuals meet their organizational goals through adult-learning techniques. Analyzing the history of the training industry can help us better understand how we have improved it, and how it may evolve in the future.

With that in mind, below is the brief history of the corporate training industry.

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