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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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Top Ten Sales Secrets to Boost your Revenue and Meet your Organizational Goals

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Top Ten Sales Secrets to Boost your Revenue and Meet your Organizational Goals

Seth Rozee – a Senior Account Executive with 10 years of experience selling into the courseware and training industry joins our blog today with his guest post on his tips for successful selling.

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A Guide to Meeting your 2021 Objectives

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A Guide to Meeting your 2021 Objectives

As 2020 comes to an end, it can be a time of reflection both professionally and personally. Taking the time to think about what was achieved and what can be worked on going forward can set you up for a more successful new year. There’s no doubt 2020 was an exceptional year that many businesses had to adjust and be resilient to. This creates many small wins, but also, many learning opportunities. 

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