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  • August 04, 2015

    Why Your Training Strategy Probably Needs an Attitude Adjustment

    By: Andrew Fayad

    If you’re taking on the paternal role for workplace training and notice that employees are more sullen teens than willing participants, you have a serious problem. Often, the issue with training initiatives isn’t only centered around the content, the delivery system, or even the strategy: It’s the attitude behind the training.

  • June 04, 2015

    eLearning 911: Emergency Situation Training Strategies

    By: Andrew Fayad

    Every industry has its own brand of emergency, whether it’s bank procedure in the case of a robbery or data lockdown after a security breach at a tech company. Whatever the type of emergency, the employees that are best prepared are the ones to alert, react, and lead in the aftermath. Unfortunately, most emergency training […]

  • December 26, 2014

    Developing an eLearning Strategy for Corporate Compliance Training

    By: Aaron Hill

    Call it corporate culture or adhering to the corporate brand. Call it whatever you like; it boils down to compliance with corporate standards, and training plays a significant role in communicating the standards. Without corporate standards, you can expect corporate anarchy, fraud, waste and/or abuse. It takes little to destroy a brand value that businesses […]

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