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A First-Time Manager's Story: A Lesson in Wasted Talent and Money
  By: Paul McCord

First line managers are one of the key components of a company's success. These are the men and women who are charged with the responsibility of putting into practice the plans and goals of corporate management. Their actions dramatically impact the future of the company. Nevertheless, many companies approach the promotion of an employee to a management position as nothing more than a raise and a title. Few consider the training needs of the new manager.


Be Wary of Training to Solve Performance Problems
  By: Robert H. Kent, Ph.D., CMC
Be very careful before you spend time and money on a training program to improve things. You could easily waste thousands of dollars and lose a lot of credibility with your employees.

Customer Service Training - Who Did We Forget?
  By: Carol Verret
We always seem to focus our training initiatives and incentives on the front of the house employees - front desk, bell staff and concierge. Who are leaving out of this equation?

E-Learning: The Pros, Cons and Making The Right Choice
  By: Denny O'Farrell
Although championed as THE latest killer application, e-learning does not come without its problems. So how do you get maximum return for your e-learning dollars and how can consumers of e-learning programmes make the right choice? H@ppeneur, Denny O’Farrell investigates.

How to Increase the Probability They'll Learn It
  By: Susan Dunn
Whether you’re a manager training a new employee, a coach mentoring a client, or a teacher of adult learning, there’s one key to getting their attention, keeping it, and insuring they absorb the material in a way in which they’ll remember it and use it: Do it in relationship.

Managing Employees to a Faster Learning Curve
  By: Susan Dunn
Having high Emotional Intelligence can accelerate the learning curve because it makes previous knowledge more accessible, allows for better cognitive functioning, and manages the emotions so they help the process, not hinder it.

Organizational Skill Development Pathways and Pitfalls
  By: Jim Clemmer
Discover the Organizational Skill Development approaches that can help you to avoid the pitfalls and pave your organization's pathway to success.

Price of (Not) Training
  By: Dr. Donald E. Wetmore
Training is not a cost. It's an investment. It really doesn't matter what we pay for an investment. What's relevant is what we get in return.

Training and Development Leads to Higher Productivity and Retention
  By: Gregory P. Smith
In addition to better productivity, organizations that emphasize employee development make a lasting impression and earn lasting loyalty.

Utilize Training as a Response to Business Issues
  By: Joe Rodriguez
Providing training pushes a company towards changing its culture, promoting teamwork, performing improvements and innovating operations and service.

Why Most Training Fails
  By: Jim Clemmer
Most organizations use their training investments about as strategically as they deploy their office supplies spending. And the impact on customer satisfaction, cost containment or quality improvement is just as useless.


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