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Your Quick Guide to Measuring Results from Your Training Workshops

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Your Quick Guide to Measuring Results from Your Training Workshops

How do we quantify the success of our training? What does it mean to implement successful corporate training? Knowing how to analyze and evaluate your training workshops ensures you can be strategic with how you implement corporate training in the future.

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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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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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Thinking Outside the Box: How to Cultivate a Creative Workplace

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Thinking Outside the Box: How to Cultivate a Creative Workplace

As Courseware Developer, Maria Eagles identifies the needs of trainers and designs/creates training and development programs accordingly. In this week's blog post, she gives us her quick guide to cultivating a creative workplace.

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