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Corporate Training: Expectations Vs. Reality

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Corporate Training: Expectations Vs. Reality

Whether you’re a seasoned trainer or just trying to get started on your training business, this industry is full of unique and exciting challenges.

Being a good corporate trainer requires confidence, tenacity, and flexibility. And it is crucial to be prepared for unexpected obstacles, as it is simply the reality of putting on a corporate training session.

Here are some expectations versus reality you should know going into your corporate training.

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Your Quick Guide to Time Management in the Workplace

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Your Quick Guide to Time Management in the Workplace

Good time management gives us improved quality of work, better confidence, reduced stress, and increases the possibility of advancing our career prospects.

Here is our quick guide on Time Management in the workplace.

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Business Ethics: Why it Matters and How to Maintain it

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Business Ethics: Why it Matters and How to Maintain it

A company's ethics will have an influence on all levels, including customers, employees, suppliers, competitors, stakeholders, etc. All of these groups will have an effect on the way a company's ethics are developed. Understanding and maintaining ethics is a crucial part of doing business, especially today.

In this blog post, we discuss what ethics is, why it’s important, and some of our general guidelines for meeting ethical standards in the workplace.

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7 Tips for Overcoming Procrastination

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7 Tips for Overcoming Procrastination

We all procrastinate from time to time. Procrastination occurs when we avoid tasks. There are a number of reasons why someone may procrastinate. We may avoid tasks that we find unpleasant. We may also procrastinate tasks that we don’t feel confident we can do adequately. Or we simply may avoid tasks by consistently prioritizing other things that need to be done. Even if we perform other work-related tasks instead of the ones we dislike, we are guilty of procrastination. Unfortunately, procrastination will hinder our long-term success. However, with the proper skills, you can overcome procrastination.

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Dogs of CTM

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Dogs of CTM

Here at Corporate Training Materials, we love spending the holidays with our loved ones. This (of course) includes all of our furry friends.

We are very lucky to have many of our staff members’ dogs pay visits to our office. And we thought you might like to meet them too.

This week’s blog post features the Dogs of CTM. 

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