Month: February 2021

Upskill and Reskill Employees with Virtual Classroom Solutions

With skills evolving, emerging, and expiring, forging connections between organizational skill needs and employees will redefine the virtual classroom business outlook. The post Upskill and Reskill Employees with Virtual Classroom Solutions appeared first on Training.

Tools to Address the Talent Demand/Supply Gap in Your Community

An approach called Sector Partnerships helped boost the supply of qualified talent in Ohio’s Cuyahoga County while also providing residents with greater access to careers with family sustaining wages. The post Tools to Address the Talent Demand/Supply Gap in Your Community appeared first on Training.

Technology Enables Reskilling to Address Gaps

The world of work has changed dramatically, requiring employers to carefully examine skills needed now and in the future and determine how to fill skill gaps. The post Technology Enables Reskilling to Address Gaps appeared first on Training.

Principles Are Sacrosanct; Methods Are Not

Excerpt from Chapter 36 of “Fostering Culture: A Leader’s Guide to Purposefully Shaping Culture” by Shane Jackson. The post Principles Are Sacrosanct; Methods Are Not appeared first on Training.

Neurodiversity: A New Level of Diversity Training

Asperger’s—also known in the medical field as High-Functioning Autism (HFA) or Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)—increasingly is becoming a form of diversity that HR professionals, managers, and even colleagues should be aware of, sensitive to, and trained to recognize. The post Neurodiversity: A New Level of Diversity Training appeared first on Training.

Training Top 100 Best Practice: Huntington Learning Center’s Year of Exam Prep

By increasing the product knowledge across all areas—marketing, sales processes, and delivery of service—via a full year of focused training, the organization increased Exam Prep revenue in 2019 by 10 percent. The post Training Top 100 Best Practice: Huntington Learning Center’s Year of Exam Prep appeared first on Training.

4 Do’s and 3 Don’ts for Adult Online Instruction

Put yourself in your online learners’ shoes—imagine the variety of distractions they have. That means you need to change things up to hold their attention. The post 4 Do’s and 3 Don’ts for Adult Online Instruction appeared first on Training.

3 Analytics You Need to Understand for Video

You can create videos all the live-long day, but if you don’t know whether they’re effective, you might as well not be creating them at all. The post 3 Analytics You Need to Understand for Video appeared first on Training.

You Survived the Pandemic, But Are You Well?

With vaccines making the pandemic’s end more likely, some companies now are thinking about corporate wellness programs that focus on weight management, cardiovascular, and overall health. The post You Survived the Pandemic, But Are You Well? appeared first on Training.