Author Archives: Rachel L.

How to Transition Back to “Normal”

This is a post originally shared by our partner, The Jeff Havens Company, on jeffhavens.com here. It’s finally happening.  After over a year of living with some quite unexpected and unprecedented constraints, the world is finally, slowly opening back up.  … Continue reading

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Zoom Fatigue – Conquering Zoom Fatigue Once and For All

So, you’re sick of videoconferences. You’re not alone. Healthy percentages of us – between 25% – 35%, depending on which survey you read – are zoning out on calls, or doing other things, or simply staring at the wall and … Continue reading

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Commit to Your Company’s Vision through Targeted Training

The best-run, best-performing companies aren’t just groups of people working toward financial gain. Top organizations are driven by a vision that reaches all levels and departments. Uniting around this kind of purpose and elevating your own business’s operations may seem … Continue reading

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Improve Sales Team Performance with Targeted Microlearning

Using employee training to boost the most consequential areas of your business is an eternally relevant strategy, and it can be easier to get started than you may assume. Rather than committing to long seminars or classes, you can use … Continue reading

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Train Construction Employees to Guard Against OSHA’s ‘Fatal Four’

While there are numerous conditions on a construction job site that prove hazardous — and they are all worth protecting against via adequate equipment and employee training — a few risk factors stand out from the rest. These are the … Continue reading

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