4 Rising Training Trends of 2017

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4 Rising Training Trends of 2017

A report by IBM found that “84% of employees in Best Performing Organizations are receiving the training they need compared with 16% in the worst performing companies.” To ensure that employees are receiving the training they need, it is important to stay up training trends. Learning and development is an ever-evolving concept that adapts to enhance the experience and the outcomes of learners.
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3 Keys to Communication: Listening, Nonverbal, and Written

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3 Keys to Communication: Listening, Nonverbal, and Written

“Communication works for those who work at it.”

—John Powell

Communication is part of the foundation to any successful working relationship. Effective communication includes clarity, conciseness, and coherence between all parties. However, that clarity, conciseness, and coherence doesn’t always come naturally in a relationship.


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5 Things Every Supervisor Should Know About Negotiating

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5 Things Every Supervisor Should Know About Negotiating

Negotiation is simply an exchange of information aimed at reaching an agreement. However, supervisors need to be conscientious when it comes to negotiating with their employees.

During negotiations, it is critical for any supervisor or manager to be able to communicate clearly, concisely, and persuasively, use probing skills to uncover interests, needs, and information, to invent solutions, and to actively listen to ensure understanding, information gathering, and to build relationships.
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How To Avoid These 5 Common Leadership Pitfalls

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Leadership teams have the ability to shape and drive their organization when they can be effective but with individuals coming from many different backgrounds and roles, challenges are bound to arise. Differing opinions lead to conflict, distrust amongst team members, ineffective communication techniques, lack of accountability, and destructive criticism. All potentially result in setting your team up for failure. In order to address these potential pitfalls, you need to identify them first. Here’s 5 common leadership pitfalls and how to avoid them:
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Sexual Harassment Prevention Training Requirements by State

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Sexual Harassment Prevention Training Requirements

Sexual harassment is a form of discrimination that violates Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) defines harassment as any “offensive conduct that may include, but is not limited to, offensive jokes, slurs, epithets or name calling, physical assaults or threats, intimidation, ridicule or mockery, insults or put-downs, offensive objects or pictures, and interference with work performance.”
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Employer's Guide to Supporting Women's Role in the Workplace

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According to a McKinsey & Company research report, 40% of women (compared to 11% of men) in 2016 report feeling that their gender is inhibiting their career success. However, the gender disparity in the workplace exists even beyond individual perceptions. For example, in the same report, women were found to be 15% less likely to advance across organizational levels. The growing body of research on gender inequality points to a very real disparity in workplace opportunities and outcomes between men and women.


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The 4 Most Common New Manager Mistakes

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While the transition to a management position is exciting, it also isn't easy. Whether it is you or a colleague that is taking on this new opportunity, a leadership role puts one in charge of organizational aspects that present new challenges. Avoiding these 4 common new manager mistakes will help new managers successfully transition their relationships, skillset, and role within an organization.
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