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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 Things to Consider to Ensure Success in your Employee Onboarding Strategy

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Top Things to Consider to Ensure Success in your Employee Onboarding Strategy

Employee Onboarding is a vital part of any company’s hiring procedures. Hiring, training, and bringing new employees on board is a major, long term investment. Onboarding involves both discussing logistical aspects of the organization and assisting newly hired employees in their training and development. By having an effective onboarding process, employees can reach their full potential within your organization. Below are some things to consider in your employee onboarding strategy.

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Understanding Different Learning Styles for your Corporate Training

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Understanding Different Learning Styles for your Corporate Training

  Learning Styles: An Overview What is the overall goal of your corporate training? Whether it is to streamline tasks more effectively, modernize your systems, or develop soft skills, at the core of every training workshop, the objective is to teach your participants what they need to know to effectively take on their roles at their organization. When teaching a group of individuals, everyone will have different ways that they encode and retain the information they are being given. This is referred to as learning styles. There are four main learning styles that trainers should be aware of when preparing...

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Don’t Miss These Soft Skills in your Train-the-Trainer Program

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Don’t Miss These Soft Skills in your Train-the-Trainer Program

Effective training is crucial to employee retention and meeting organizational goals. Train-the-Trainer programs prepare employees to provide instructional learning for others in the organization. This model has many benefits. It is cost-effective to train internally, and there is typically better trust and rapport when teaching is done between colleagues.

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