Posts Tagged ‘Training’

What do YOU want?

In every conference, business lecture, and corporate event there’s talk about needs vs wants. It’s a simple concept in life. You NEED food, water, and shelter and you WANT an expensive wardrobe and a house with more rooms than people. When you are hiring, it can be tricky. Here are some tips about finding the…

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Policy is Policy

  Have you ever had a job with vague policies that leave you with more questions than they answer? I’m sure we have all been there at some point. Who do these policies hurt? The people who are enforcing them. If they are unclear, the employees have multiple ways of interpreting the policies. This can could…

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Develop your Development Tactics

The last thing any employer wants to do is leave their employees out to dry after training day. Employee growth does not end with training, they should continually develop their skills. Whether it is through training seminars, team building exercises, or promotion opportunities, there are a multitude of ways to develop employees. Training Training seems…

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No, You Can’t Skip Training

Training is critical for any job, any company, and employee. This includes all small businesses.   Training Today gives some examples of when to train. Training is the building block to knowledge. You would not sign up for a triathlon if you had not learned how to ride a bike yet. No employer should expect any employee…

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