Developing your crucial staff takes more than sending someone to a one- or two-day seminar. It is a long-term process -- however it doesn't have to be time-intensive. This 8-step process will help you understand the key components to an effective development effort.
This fun guide makes 13 key parallels between training and gardening. While whimsical, it also makes solid and thought-provoking points.
Questions about specific audience involvement techniques and Rebecca Morgan's answers.
How do you prove a meeting was worth the time and expense? Learn a step-by-step approach for measuring the cost and ROI.
A five-step formula for pursuing and practicing mastery.
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How to avoid fraud and honor other people's work-doing the ethical thing.
How to secure reproduction permission to use copyrighted publications.
How does one get into the world of training? What do training directors look for when hiring new trainers?
How to convince senior managers to become involved in training and gain their commitment to new techniques and ideas.
Panels can be useful or deadly, depending upon how they are set up and run. Learn how to ensure your panel is a highlight, rather than a lowlight, of your meeting. Simple steps you can take to organize, select, direct and moderate a panel. Additional tips were included to help prepare your audiences' cooperation and communications.
Outlines how you can ensure the best results during the three stages of departmental training.
How to ensure your groups will stay attentive during your meeting. Tips on optimal room layout, interactive stretch breaks, and other practical, easily applied and creative ideas that work.
Gives effective guidelines on working the overhead projector smoothly, and professional methods to produce great transparencies to enhance your presentation.
Outlines the three critical parties to training success, with responsibilities for each.
This collection of tips and wisdom is great as a whole article, or as fillers. Covers materials, ice breakers, audience involvement do's and don'ts.
This article is for training participants. It discusses four steps learners can ensure that their training experience is a success.
They want to know how to best maximize their investment in growing their people. They ask excellent questions. Here are six of the best frequently asked questions, along with my responses.
This article is for training participants. It discusses how they can adapt the content to their situations.
You've witnessed panel discussions at meetings that were either a hit or a gigantic, boring miss, where the audience members left in droves, or got a lot of work done on the Blackberries. In either case, who is responsible? The organizer who invited the panelists and moderator? The moderator? The panelists?
Sounds like a dumb question, doesnÕt it? Of course, it is the individual who is responsible and accountable for improving their skills. But I've found it is not often seen that way.
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