A Shining Example of Training that Works

As a company whose business is to develop training solutions that improve employee and organizational performance, we regularly strive to prove that our training is successful and to demonstrate to our clients the return on their investment in training. Change takes time, but sometimes, the effects of training are immediate and stunning.

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How Practice Helped Me Learn the Pythagorean Theorem and Can Help You Too!

Practice is critical to the development of new skills. It allows learners to apply new skills and receive feedback on the results. The process of practicing increases learning in a way that simply reading about a skill will never do. Once you acknowledge the importance of practice, this post will help you increase the effectiveness of practice.

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FAQ: How do we develop training when we aren’t experts in the subject?

Instructional designers have a window into many worlds: we tell people how to sell surgical products, feed infants in a NICU, and comply with corporate-wide budgeting processes. Next month, we may provide guidance on preventing sexual harassment, developing new leaders, and retaining customers. How can we develop meaningful and applicable training without being authorities in these areas?

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How to Radically Increase Engagement in Your Training Programs

Every developer, HR manager, or other individual responsible for training struggles with a lack of employee engagement in training. “It’s hard enough to get employees to complete required compliance training programs, so forget about getting them to complete anything optional,” is the sentiment we hear often from frustrated HR professionals. Why is it so hard to get employees to engage in training?

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