Category Archives: Professional Development

Better Interpersonal Skills in the Workplace: Internal and External Benefits

Better communication, increased empathy and other interpersonal abilities can be taught, and may have a positive impact on the modern workplace.  Workplace training sometimes focuses exclusively on the “hard” skills required to use essential technology and perform role-specific duties. This … Continue reading

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Training to Become a Better Coach or Mentor

Training that makes employees into better mentors has a valuable ripple effect, as those individuals go on to help their coworkers thrive. Coaching and mentoring can be important, formative experiences in personnel development, becoming as important to employees as more … Continue reading

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What’s the Role of Blended Learning in Workplace Training?

What is the value of creating a blended learning program instead of purely in-person or online training? Moving toward a digitally enabled model is an ongoing trend within the training sector, and it’s easy to see why. Digital delivery methods … Continue reading

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Enhance New Employee Orientation with Video Training

Getting new employees up to speed is essential to ensure continued workplace success. Adding a new employee to the team is one of the most important assignments a human resources department can deal with. A successful onboarding and orientation may … Continue reading

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Improved Conflict Resolution Can Be Taught

Conflict management is a skill, one that can be taught. When trouble strikes, you’ll be glad your team members have this ability. Workplace conflict resolution isn’t just something that has to be done every once in a while – it’s … Continue reading

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