Month: April 2021

Training Top 100 Best Practice: Paycor’s Ascent Sales Onboarding

The eight-week program consists of 140 hours of facilitation; 11 hours of e-learning; 163 hours of learner experiences; and a repository of processes, data, and reflections. The post Training Top 100 Best Practice: Paycor’s Ascent Sales Onboarding appeared first on Training.

Why Now Is the Time to Start Using VR for Your Employee Training

Enterprise VR holds huge promise as it delivers effective, engaging training that also includes the sociable, collaborative, and tactile elements of in-person learning, plus a wealth of trackable data. The post Why Now Is the Time to Start Using VR for Your Employee Training appeared first on Training.

How to Expand Your Repertoire

The biggest mistake that keeps people from getting smarter is thinking that being smart is a fixed status, rather than a dynamic process. The post How to Expand Your Repertoire appeared first on Training.

Is Taking a Vacation More Trouble Than It’s Worth?

A cross-trained workforce means exhausted employees can easily take vacation time, while ensuring business continuity for customers. The post Is Taking a Vacation More Trouble Than It’s Worth? appeared first on Training.

3 Practical Ways to Upskill and Reskill Your Employees at Scale

The companies that weave learning into the fabric of their cultures are the ones that will win in today’s rapidly changing business environment, according to LinkedIn Learning Senior Director Amy Borsetti. The post 3 Practical Ways to Upskill and Reskill Your Employees at Scale appeared first on Training.

Increasing Sales with a Consistent Referral Program

Sales reps need a strong plan to obtain referrals—one that leverages the different types of referrals they can ask for and use to help close future sales. The post Increasing Sales with a Consistent Referral Program appeared first on Training.