Month: October 2019

Reinventing Performance Management

Organizations must aggressively focus on developing more managers who have the competencies and skills to drive employee performance through meaningful interactions in the flow of work. Article Author:  Claude Werder, Vice President, Research Operations and Principal HCM Analyst, Brandon Hall Group Some 90 percent of organizations say performance management is important or critical for driving …

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Tips to Create Effective E-Learning

The combination of e-learning and an ever-evolving communication system offers a sustainable way to train employees today and tomorrow. Article Author:  Manan Ghadawala, Founder, 21Twelve Interactive The invention of advanced technology has been affecting our lives since its emergence and modern communication has changed almost everything in the 21st century. Learning and teaching also have …

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Training Top 125 Best Practice: Reaching for Zero at Norton Healthcare

Norton Healthcare initiated and completed a nine-month blitz—called “Reaching for Zero”—to train all employees about the importance of preventing harm, and how to utilize principles of high reliability in doing so. Article Author:  Edited by Lorri Freifeld One of Norton Healthcare’s primary goals is to avoid all preventable harm to any patient, family member, or …

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Getting Scrappy With Video Creation

Videos are great resources for trainers. But what if you don’t have professional cameras or equipment? Here’s how you can take a DIY approach to video creation—and why it might be the best option. Article Author:  Matt Pierce, Learning & Video Ambassador, TechSmith Corp. When you decided to pursue a career in HR and training, …

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Scattered Sales Enablement Resources: How to Align Them for Better Results

Whether speaking with HR, IT, Training, Finance, or another business unit, the Sales leader needs to begin with: “If I had X, it would drive revenue like this.” Article Author:  Michelle Seger, Global Sales Strategy and Change Management Leader, SalesGlobe While you can’t expect a Sales Enablement team to do everything, you should know what …

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4 Roadblocks to Knowledge Transfer and How to Overcome Them

Transferring knowledge from any training material to any trainee is complicated. Add to that the fact that knowledge transfer can happen between employees in informal situations, and a steeplechase at the Olympics seems like a piece of cake compared to creating and delivering a successful training program. Article Author:  Graham Glass, CEO, Cypher Learning A …

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The Business Benefits of Board Diversity

Tips to move from intention to action. Article Author:  Molly Brennan, Founding Partner, Koya Leadership Partners The benefits of diversity and inclusion within organizations are well-documented. Diverse organizations and teams outperform non-diverse teams in almost every form of measurement, from creativity to financial outcomes. The same principle can and should be applied to Boards of …

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New VET Advisory Committee established

A new and handpicked stakeholder committee has been established to help drive the Commonwealth Government in its agenda of VET reform. Minister Cash announced its formation in late September. The membership includes a lot of old and experienced faces. The Committee will meet monthly until June 2023 and has been established to ensure that “stakeholder …

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