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100 SHRM Chapter Seminar Program Ideas


100 SHRM Chapter Seminar Ideas. Hands off: supervisor training essentials. How to keep people awake in training (without using coffee). 13 insights you can get from HR metrics. The Next Generation: Moving from metrics to analytics. Why you need to train your supervisors. Anylearning: How to encourage employees by offering non-work related training.

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Training and Development Survey Results—How Are You Preparing Your Workforce for Success?

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The results of our Training and Development Survey are in. Highlights of the 2015 Training and Development Survey: HR management is involved in training decisions for 63.8% The most popular method of training for the future is online training, with 80.6%

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5 Mistakes to Avoid with Your Intern Program


The process should include assigning interns with a workspace, introductions to the team, and training. In addition to official compensation, provide plenty of formal enrichment opportunities, such as networking, regular seminars, or even travel. . You need to understand metrics, such as how to measure engagement and conversion rates, so it isn’t something that can be easily tasked as a temporary project.

Building a Talent Development Program for Millennials


In 2015, a study by Brandon Hall Group revealed that only 20% of organizations considered the Millennial segment critical for leadership development within the next two years. While harnessing big data can be powerful, future managers must be skilled and trained to do so effectively.

People analytics and learning: Driving workforce development by delivering the right solution to the right people at the right time


2 While classrooms and instructor-led training may not go away entirely, the reality is that the majority of learning is happening informally—from an employee’s simple search for a how-to video to address a task in the moment to reading an article of interest posted by a former colleague.