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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.

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. Goals for training.

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HR Magazine Different Slant: Modern Organisation Models

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It was great being recognised as one of HR Magazine's Movers and Shakers last month (and being included on the cover this month - can you spot me? - The full magazine is available to view or download here (you'll find my Different Slant article on pages 36-8).

Your 5-Day Plan to Learning Instagram

HR Bartender

The next post in our “5-Day Plan” series focuses on Instagram. If you haven’t checked out the other posts in our series, you can find them here: Your 5-Day Plan to Learning Twitter. Your 5-Day Plan to Learning LinkedIn. Your 5-Day Plan to Learning Pinterest.

Cross-training staff: A guide to effective implementation


Cross-training staff has long been viewed as a way to groom future managers. Today, the practice has moved beyond managerial candidates to all levels, and there are good reasons behind this change. Recently, the practice has been applied to the rank and file.

9 creative and cost-effective employee training and development ideas


Training and development initiatives are important because they help ensure your staff continually improves and keeps their skills current. Unfortunately, many small business owners don’t have the budget for big-ticket seminars or workshops, so they assume all company-sponsored professional development is simply out of reach. Sadly, this is often to the detriment of their business, and their bottom line. Here’s how to educate your employees without breaking the bank: 1.

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.

Do you understand the 4 learning styles in the workplace?


Just as in the classroom, you will encounter various learning styles in the workplace. Let’s take a closer look at the primary types of learning styles and then consider how greater awareness of them can help you train, coach and manage employees.

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Bookmark This! #HR Project Management Edition

HR Bartender

Managing projects is one of the largest responsibilities we have in human resources. Some of the activities that come to mind are launch meetings, maintenance plans, communications, pilot programs, and project plans. Both of these are practical how-to guides for the project manager.

How You Can Become a Simply Irresistible Organization

HR Bartender

The articles talk about developing outstanding products, killer marketing strategies, and focusing on metrics and numbers. A few weeks ago, I saw a post titled “ Engagement, Retention and Culture now the #1 Issues in Talent and HR.” Josh] This is precisely the problem.

Does Your Organization Have a Strong Learning Culture?


When it comes to technology and today’s working world, it seems the only constant is rapid change. But industry adaptability is far from the only thing to be gained from a strong learning culture at your org. They want to grow, learn, and move up in your company.

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How to develop business acumen in your employees


In the long run, that can equate to a lack of understanding in how to add value to your company or act in its best interest. Businesses miss out on meaningful employee input; specifically, their ideas on how to improve the business. Who is the customer? Implement cross-training.

High-performing employees: How to attract, retain and manage them


Your first step should be learning what defines high-performing employees. When recruiting, look for employees who are: Innovative and open to challenges The “go-to” source for other employees Intuitive Accountable Transparent Proactive, rather than reactive Self-motivated.

Jill Stanton of Screw The Nine To Five: “To Develop Resilience You Need To Learn How To Manage Your Mind”

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Learn How To Manage Your Mind. This means, our brains are always on the lookout for danger; and to a brain that evolved millions (and millions) of years ago, change equals danger. Here’s the thing though: Our futures (and our goals and dreams) are created in the unknown.

Working from home with kids: 5 ways to help employees


Working from home with kids isn’t best practice, but during a prolonged crisis like the COVID-19 pandemic, many of your parent employees may find this incredibly demanding scenario unavoidable. Are they getting the job done? The only rule is that it can’t be work-related.

Building a robust employee recognition program


At the outset, it’s hard to imagine any downside to showing your team that you value their work. After all, these are the people with whom you spend most of your days. It’s critical to clarify terminology around the awards program concept at the outset.

10 ways to eliminate workplace isolation


It’s important to recognize the difference between workplace isolation and workplace bullying. If the isolation is intentional, it’s an indication of workplace bullying and needs to be addressed promptly and properly. Understand that not everyone is motivated by the same things.

New to leadership? Learn how to delegate effectively


For those of you passionate about your work, giving up a beloved task can be the most significant obstacle to delegating. How can you ensure the best possible outcome for the project? The first step to delegation is understanding the need for it. The takeaway.

Carole Mac: ?Know your value! You are braver, more resilient, more capable, and more powerful than you know. Trust yourself. You?ve got this?

Thrive Global

I needed to learn. I needed to become the person who was ready for the life that I wished for. I punched the s**t out of my punching bag. I asked people in the industry for advice. My greatest joy was helping my mom in the kitchen. I still do the grunt work.

“Respect others alone time.”, With Joanne Papadopoulos of Teenacers

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As a part of my series about “How To Develop Mindfulness And Serenity During Stressful Or Uncertain Times”, I had the pleasure of interviewing (Yanna) Joanne Papadopoulos. Can you share with us the backstory about what brought you to your specific career path? Ask the right questions.

Employee stuck in a rut? How to get out of a work slump in 7 steps


A once-high performer turned underperforming employee may be the result of many factors. Before you can help the employee correct their situation, you must learn about your employee and work to identify the underlying issues. Here are seven steps to identify the underlying problem and reinvigorate your newly underperforming employee. Understand the problem. Even the most motivated employees can experience tough times at work and can become disengaged.

Dear leaders, please stop making assumptions – here’s how


If you want to be an effective leader, you must learn how to stop making assumptions. Countless daily decisions are made based on an incomplete picture of the world, and those gaps in knowledge are often filled in by assumptions. Assumptions can be harmless (like assuming your commute to work will take 30 minutes) or even positive (a football coach setting the perfect defensive trap after accurately assuming the opponent will throw a pass on fourth down).

Influencers Ophira and Tali Edut, The AstroTwins, Share Their Top Selfcare, Wellness, and Beauty Tips

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Dressing up, just for the heck of it, is another beauty booster. The stress, mental energy, long hours, lack of restful sleep and preoccupation that result from a high-achievement life seem to directly inhibit wellness. We have been the official astrologers for ELLE for over a decade.

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

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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.

Moving from annual performance reviews to continuous performance development


Annual performance reviews are dying a slow death in businesses across the country. The annual review of old is time-consuming and often lacking in relevant performance measurements. But what should take the place of this dreaded process? The transition isn’t without challenges, however. How you’ll measure improvement in underperforming employees, or motivate individuals to climb the career ladder and learn new skills. Invest in manager training.

Women In Wellness: “We must remember who we are, remember what we are, and remember how to be in a healthy relationship” with Author Anita Sanchez

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I had the pleasure of interviewing Anita Sanchez, Ph.D. Anita is Aztec and Mexican-American, is a transformational leadership consultant, speaker, coach and author of the international bestselling book, “The Four Sacred Gifts: Indigenous Wisdom for Modern Times” (Simon & Schuster).

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

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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. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

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.

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.

10 tips to defeat impostor syndrome in the workplace


Do you feel like you don’t deserve the authority you’ve been given? Magazine. Follow these seven steps if you think impostor syndrome may be getting the best of you: 1. While it’s easy to push them aside, you must recognize the strain and damage that this negative self-image can have on your work and life, if left unaddressed. For example, if a friend came to you and said, “I feel like I’m not living up to the image I portray to others,” what would you advise?

Brandon Hall Group Research Highlights, March 23-29, 2020

Brandon Hall

New research on COVID-19, Learning, Leadership Development and Talent Management. Brandon Hall Group analysts are hard at work conducting quantitative and qualitative research on how employers are managing the coronavirus crisis while serving employees and customers.

“Understand who you are building for and why.” With Mitch Russo & George Deglin

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This means risking your time to make sure you have the right customers, and seeing what is actually going to be valuable for people. George Deglin is Co-Founder & CEO of OneSignal , the most widely used mobile/web engagement platform. Community Authority Magazine Wonder

Rising Star Max Adams: “If audience members aren’t feeling an emotion, the emotion doesn’t exist in the film”

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But drama is when the audience cries.” For me, that’s one of the truest statements ever made about writing and filmmaking. The main character in a film, for an audience, is not the character on screen. The main character, for an audience, is the audience member.

“How to write a book that sparks a movement”, with Michele PW

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As part of my series about “How to write a book that sparks a movement” I had the great pleasure of interviewing Michele PW (Pariza Wacek), a best-selling, award-winning author who writes both fiction and nonfiction. Can you share the “backstory” about how you grew up? Put in the work.

“5 Lifestyle Tweaks That Will Dramatically Improve One’s Wellbeing”, with Jennifer Fidder and Dr. William Seeds

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It allows them to leave the stress of the day at work and come home more relaxed which in returns makes for a happier family life. Jennifer is an in-home and online personal fitness trainer based out of Miami Beach, FL. Now let’s move to the main focus of our interview.