Three Things Trainers Need to Know About Project Management

Launching a training program can be a daunting task, one that take months or even years to shepherd from its inception (identifying the need for an intervention) to its closure (evaluation). It takes planning, organizing, and managing resources to successfully complete your goals — or, in other words, it takes project management. Most training professionals

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#TrainChat Wrap-Up: The Skills Learning Pros Need Now

On Friday, the Daily Mindflash hosted yet another #TrainChat on Twitter, in which we posed the question: What skills do learning and development pros need now? Mindflash contributor and L&D pro Bill Cushard helped guide our discussion. Here’s a recap of the discussion that followed (please excuse the Twitter-ese grammar).   [View the story “#TrainChat

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New Hire Orientation Ideas – 4 Tips for Welcoming

Now more than ever, it’s critical for learning professionals to address the incredible costs of high employee turnover. The trends are well known: People are staying at jobs for less time than they use to. And that’s leading to extra costs, lost revenue, and generally, a tough environment for organizations to just stay afloat, much

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#TrainChat Wrap-Up: Separating ‘Social Learning’ from ‘Social Media’

On Friday, we hosted our weekly Twitter #TrainChat with Mindflash blogger and training expert David Kelly, to discuss his recent article on how “social learning” and “social media” differ, and how they can work together. We’ve condensed the responses into a sort of linear narrative. Please excuse any Twitter-ese grammar. [View the story “#TrainChat Wrap-up:

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