Monthly Archives: October 2012

Top 10 Training Mistakes

Being tasked with building or managing a training organization is a larger-than-life responsibility. Mistakes will happen – but here are the ten most common training mistakes and how to avoid them. Building and managing a training department is a difficult … Continue reading

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Adult Education vs. Corporate eLearning

Far too often corporate management and human resource departments confuse these two types of training programs.  While the objectives of both may be similar, the path that they each take is dramatically different. Corporate eLearning is focused on training and … Continue reading

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Training Mojo: Stretching Your Training Dollar by Mixing Internal and External Tools and Programs

Summary: You can stretch your training dollar by carefully analyzing and choosing both internal and external tools and programs. Training departments should always maintain a certain budget-consciousness – in both good and not-so-good financial circumstances. You can stretch your budget … Continue reading

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Training Mojo: Developing a Culture of Training by Getting Buy-In From Stakeholders and Staff

Summary: Looking for a way to bring your training department to the next level? Create a training culture by obtaining buy-in from stakeholders and staff.When the training department is up and running and your courses are being delivered regularly, does … Continue reading

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