Understanding the DOJ’s strategy is key to modifying and expanding training programs to strengthen employees’ compliance decision-making IQ. The post Evolving Your Compliance Training Toward the New DOJ Guidance appeared first on Training.
Month: January 2022
Self-regard, stress tolerance, and optimism are three emotional intelligence skills that are especially critical for gracefully navigating uncertain times. The post Navigating The New Work World with Emotional Intelligence appeared first on Training.
The core learning experience lasts for 16 weeks and utilizes a blend of methodologies, including instructor-led workshops, gamification, social learning, panel discussions, and a capstone project. The post Training APEX Awards Best Practice: ESL Federal Credit Union’s Emerging Leader Program appeared first on Training.
Leaders and organizations can take steps to cultivate an emotionally intelligent environment to improve morale and productivity and reduce burnout. The post Re-Energizing Employees With an Emotionally Intelligent Workplace appeared first on Training.
Uniting hearts and minds is key to success. But how can learning and development professionals build an active community around your organization’s brand? The post Building an Active Community Around Your Training Organization’s Brand appeared first on Training.
Terms such as “rock star,” “thick skin,” and schedule TBD” in job ads may raise a red flag for potential new hires. The post The Buzzwords in Job Ads that Could Cost You New Talent appeared first on Training.
Growing digitalization in education, the proliferation of smartphones and the internet, and the COVID-19 pandemic are all augmenting the global e-learning market. The post How Will E-learning Transform Education in a Post-COVID 19 World? appeared first on Training.
Here are five trends disrupting the learning and development industry to consider as your organization contends with the challenges of post-COVID 19. The post 5 Trends Disrupting Learning and Development in 2022 appeared first on Training.
Getting into the habit of planning will empower you to prioritize your time and do what matters most week in and week out. The post How to Prioritize Your Time and Do What Matters Most appeared first on Training.
Here are five factors that constitute the foundation of a supportive workplace to improve organizational performance and competitiveness. The post Post-Pandemic Recovery Resources appeared first on Training.