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New Technologies in Employee Training

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In healthcare, education, and transport, products like telemedicine, computer-assisted learning, plagiarism software , and self-driving improve individual and institution efficacy; with the results from their application trickling down to other industries and sectors.

Professional conferences 101: Get more from employee attendance in 5 steps


Attending a professional conference should be much more than a chance for your employees to polish their golf game or get out of the office for a few days. This is an opportunity for them to find out how your company fits into the larger industry, gain insights into your competitors and pick the brains of some of the business world’s best and brightest. Here’s how to help everyone on your staff maximize the value of attending a professional conference.

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Josephine Atluri: “How To Develop Mindfulness And Serenity During Stressful Or Uncertain Times”

Thrive Global

When we state something positive to ourselves, the idea will take root within us and shift our mindset. During this time of uncertainty, the following affirmations are great to repeat to oneself to boost positivity and temper anxiety: I am safe.

How to train your successor


Do you know how to train your successor ? The exact timing depends on how much time there is before the transition. In a perfect world, you would have six months to a year to train your next-in-line before you move on to a new role or retire.

Smart steps to take before, during and after employee training


Developing talent is a crucial component in the bag of tricks you use to stay ahead of the competition and increase your business’s success. Ideally, learning and development should be a win-win. Training also shows employees you value them enough to invest in their development, fostering a sense of validation that can translate into higher levels of satisfaction and retention. But training comes at a price. Before training. During training.

John G. McCarthy, III: “Hire a great team.”

Thrive Global

The only way I would tell someone to find an advisor is through the people in your life that you trust and admire. They will have advisors they work with and have an understanding of what kind of advisor they work with and the experience they are having, this is the best method by far.

“Personalization is no longer considered an added bonus but a requirement” with Joshin Raghubar and Candice Georgiadis

Thrive Global

With a universal consumer shift from products towards experiences, international spend on luxury experiences is on the rise and personalization is no longer considered an added bonus but a requirement. I had the pleasure of interviewing Joshin Raghubar.

5 Things I Wish Someone Told Me Before I Started: “There is always a solution”, with Sophie Bowman

Thrive Global

I learned that there is always a solution, and once you realize that, you will go on to live a far happier and less anxious life. But the outcome can open unexpected windows of opportunity, and the results can be quite extraordinary. It’s a waste of their time and money.

25 Brilliant Calendar and Schedule Management Tips

Thrive Global

Between all of your work-related tasks, the endless barrage of meetings, personal commitments, and those pesky to-do-lists items, how can you possibly get everything done? Do you even have the chance to catch your breath or do the things that you actually enjoy? Seize the day!

“Hotels really need to think about removing their tour desks and start working with third party providers that can enable seamless experiences” with Deniz Tekerek and Candice Georgiadis

Thrive Global

As part of my series about “exciting developments in the travel industry over the next five years”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Deniz Tekerek, a co-founder of Portier Technologies, a technology startup focused on the hotel and hospitality industry.

#AtdMENA - The need for people centricity in learning / 2

Strategic HCM

This is the second part of a discussion on the need to focus on people - rather than technology or the business - when developing an organisation''s approach to learning. See the first part here. Most attempts at using action learning end in failure.

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Employee burnout: Don’t prize productivity over your people


But obsessing over productivity to the extent that you neglect the people doing the work can be a big mistake. Employee burnout is the culmination of physical and emotional strength exhaustion, which can be further impacted by a lack of support and resources.

How employee resource groups can help employees and your business


Think of them as clubs within the workplace. However, the growing popularity of employee resource groups – as well as the changing nature of the workplace – means that they’ve become more diverse in focus. They’re a source of ongoing education and training for employees.

12 budget-friendly team bonding activities for your business


Although working together may give your employees a glimpse into their coworkers’ personalities and work styles, it doesn’t always foster the team dynamic that bonding activities can help you build – company-wide. It’s essential to include every single member of the team, whenever feasible. Don’t forget remote workers , or sales representatives who are in the office less frequently. Make sure to schedule the event at a convenient time for everyone if possible.

Company culture mistakes that can repel top talent


In the business world, every company knows the value of gaining a competitive edge. Your organization strives to build and sell a better product than the other companies in your industry. Ignoring the attraction stage. This is called the “attraction stage.”.

How to help employees through grief


The process for how to help employees through grief is, unfortunately, one of the hardest and most delicate tasks you’ll undertake as a business leader. Sadly, life won’t ever be the same again without that person – you simply learn to go on with your “new normal.”.

Recruiting the purple squirrel (and other choosy job candidates): 6 tips


Hence the phrase.). They’re not the only kind of choosy candidates, however. In a nutshell: They understand their worth to the marketplace. The balance of power is typically tilted in their favor. They have time to consider their next career move – they’re in no rush.

10 Super-Effective Lead Generation Strategies that Totally Work!


Having a perennial flow of leads is the holy grail for any business. Lead generation is the engine that keeps your business running. Every time you get a new paying client, you ignore them and prepare a strategy to get your next client. Look at the existing content. #2

How to deliver high-value workplace perks that employees love


Employers that offer the right set of workplace perks can realize benefits to their business and their workforce. Flexible work schedules reap benefits for both the employee and employer, such as: Productivity increases. The selection of workplace perks calls for thoughtful analysis.

Words of Advice from 7 HR Thought Leaders


We have some stellar thinkers in the HR field today, so we decided to present a sampling of their pithy advice. Each of the people profiled below have their own unique take on managing your human capital, and you may even find a favorite or two whom you want to follow.

4 Tips for Building a Best-in-Class Company Culture


Company culture is the behaviors that are encouraged and accepted. The number increases to 83% when they are. Without this one factor , the number dropped to 47%. When employees are recognized in front of the company, include the core values that were demonstrated.

25 Apps for Recruiters

Spark Hire

It’s a fact, we all spend a significant amount of our time on apps, or online in general. According to a Nielsen survey , in 2013 the average Andriod and iPhone users 18 years of age and older spent 30 hours and 15 minutes using apps! Recruiting with social media (the right way).

5 smart strategies to make career fairs work for your business


As a business leader, you might be asking yourself, “Have career fairs fallen by the wayside like newspaper classified ads did years ago?”. The answer: yes and no. While online job boards and social media reign in the recruiting world today, career fairs still hold relevancy in certain instances. So, how can you determine which career fair opportunities will help you find the best talent and make the most of your recruiting budget? Don’t let time go by.

The art of public speaking: How to lead the masses


Every business owner, whether just starting or experienced, should master the art of public speaking. Public speaking can be a common source of stress and anxiety in the workplace. What are the common pitfalls of public speaking? The “future vision” structure.

Networking 101 for introverts: 10 tips to help you connect with confidence


Plenty of tips exist to help extroverts get the most out of corporate and social events. Networking seems to happen almost effortlessly for those who enjoy meeting people and are born with the gift of gab. That’s not typically the case for introverts, however, who often find busy, loud social situations suffocating and awkward. How can introverts get the most out of their professional opportunities? It’s a time-honored way to improve your comfort level.

11 Things You Need to Know About Generation Z

Vibe HCM

This guest blog has been provided by Kevin Sheridan, best-selling author and innovator in the field of Employee Engagement. Very much in line with Millennials’ insatiable desire for recognition, it seems like the last ten years of articles, videos, and speeches, were all about them.

11 Things You Need to Know About Generation Z

Vibe HCM

This guest blog has been provided by Kevin Sheridan, best-selling author and innovator in the field of Employee Engagement. Very much in line with Millennials’ insatiable desire for recognition, it seems like the last ten years of articles, videos, and speeches, were all about them.

6 savvy steps to improve work productivity this year


It’s a new year, and that means it’s the perfect time to step back and get a fresh perspective of your team’s work productivity. Utilize this slow period in the year to evaluate your work relationships, processes and procedures. After taking a retrospective view, you can implement incremental changes that will set the pace for the year to come. Take ownership of the fact that you have faults, and focus on overcoming those shortcomings.

Voice, Value, Feedback – The “Must Try” Communication Tool Driving Employee Engagement


Leaders don’t enjoy preparing them and employees dread attending them. The most important adjustments to the classic performance review cycle are an increasing emphasis on constant feedback and a concerted effort to frame constructive feedback in more human terms.

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10 quick tips for surviving the busy season at work


Everyone can relate to the month of the year when it seems like there’s no light at the end of the tunnel. Many of the best strategies have one thing in common: preparation. If your busy season is the same time each year, take a moment before disaster hits to think about what you need to do to avoid problems. – Jeff Miller, director, Learning & Performance. Think about the original reason you started your business.

How to support working parents at every stage of a child’s life


Working parents make up a sizable chunk of the U.S. In nearly half of all two-parent American households, both parents work, according to Pew Research Center data from 2015 (the latest available data). And they could use all the help they could get. From finding newborn childcare to helping a teenager choose the right college, raising children is an all-consuming labor of love that doesn’t stop during business hours. Should the mother breast feed or use formula?

HRExaminer Radio – Executive Conversations: Episode #324: Jeanne Achille, Founder and CEO, The Devon Group

HR Examiner

HRx Radio – Executive Conversations: On Friday mornings, John Sumser interviews key executives from around the industry. The conversation covers what makes the executive tick and what makes their company great. Guest: Jeanne Achille, Founder and CEO, The Devon Group.

Conference Twitter Primer #HRtechConf 2018


Once again using HRmarketer software, we analyzed the #HRTechConf conference website and tweets to come up with the following Conference Twitter Primer — all the information you need to socially prepare for the world’s largest HR technology conference and exposition hall!

100 Fun Office Games and Activities That Make Work Awesome


The Top Office Games and Activities: Eat Poop, You Cat. The monthly “Mix & Mingle” Hungry Hungry Ninjas. Companies around the world are making their offices a place where people get lots done while also having fun too. You can find the rules here.

How to Support Global Diversity in the Workplace


Loren how about yourself wondering what is your reaction to you to what attendees are looking to improve for the rest of the year and 2020. The post How to Support Global Diversity in the Workplace appeared first on AllyO.