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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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5 Ways to Achieve Work-Life Balance for Happier and Healthier Employees

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5 Ways to Achieve Work-Life Balance for Happier and Healthier Employees

We all take on different roles in our personal and professional lives. What titles do you take on in your everyday life, and how do we balance it all? The key is to achieve work-life balance. Here are some strategies that have worked for us at CTM and other companies to help employees achieve work-life balance.

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Celebrating World Book Day: Boost Your Soft Skills Training with Reading

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Celebrating World Book Day: Boost Your Soft Skills Training with Reading

Happy World Book Day! Every year on April 23rd, we celebrate the joys and benefits of reading since the beginning of human communication. Books play a major role in how we connect with others and learn. At CTM, we believe that reading from a young age can translate to adults that are well equipped to enter the workforce. Reading is beneficial to not only children and their development, but also adult and corporate learning. In this week's blog post we discuss the benefits of reading and how various reading formats can be incorporated into your corporate training.

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Three Things to Consider When Working to Reduce Unconscious Bias in the Workplace

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Three Things to Consider When Working to Reduce Unconscious Bias in the Workplace

When it comes to unconscious bias in the workplace, complacency is not an option. Unconscious Biases can impact recruitment, turnover, morale, productivity, and company culture. Reducing unconscious bias in your workplace requires consistent effort. As a Manager or HR Professional, you may not be sure where to start. Unconscious Bias training is not a final solution to eliminating it from your workplace. However, if done well, Unconscious Bias Training can plant seeds in your trainee’s mind to help them build awareness and mindfulness around their internal biases. Here are some things to consider when providing a baseline understanding to your participants about Unconscious Bias in the Workplace, and where to go from there.

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Hosting a Learning Management System? What You Need to Know Before You Start (Guide & Best Practices)

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Hosting a Learning Management System? What You Need to Know Before You Start (Guide & Best Practices)

Like many trainers, you want your programs to be accessible, relevant, and practical. A Learning Management System is an ideal place to start. While they may seem intimidating, a good LMS will save you time and allow you to reach more participants. Learn more about what an LMS can do for you and some of our best practices to make the most of this modern learning format.

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