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Is Your Employee Training Keeping Up with Your Workplace?

There is no one-size-fits-all approach to training. Every topic, company, workforce and generation has its own particular idiosyncrasies that may sway the approach in one direction or another. In the world of environmental, health and safety, organizations striving for safety excellence are seeking to move beyond simply complying with regulations to become champions of leading safety and learning practices in ... Read More »

The Metaphor

The metaphor is perhaps one of man’s most fruitful potentialities. It’s efficacy verges on magic, and it seems a tool for creation which God forgot inside one of His creatures when He made him. Jose Ortega Gasset Read More »

Internal Recruitment: How Can You Overcome the Potential Pitfalls?

According to research from the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and Grant Thornton professional services, although the UK economy is improving, many organisations are finding it difficult to recruit skilled staff. This presents an issue for many organisations: unless the right people can be found to continue this growth, it will undoubtedly slow. In an effort to ... Read More »

Being Better

Worry about being better; bigger will take care of itself. Think one customer at a time and take care of each one the best way you can. Gary Comer Read More »

Always Remember Yourself

Always remember, others may hate you, but those who hate you don’t win unless you hate them- and then you destroy yourself. Richard Milhouse Nixon Read More »

How You Manage Conflict Can Make Or Break Your Leadership Career

One of the most valuable skills any manager at any level can have is the ability to handle conflict effectively. It’s crucial. As anyone who’s managed a day or more likely knows, conflict abounds in the workplace. It can be about anything: budgets, personalities, competition for limited resources, competition with other leaders. It can be with those above you or ... Read More »

How E-Learning Can Increase Employee Productivity

Skill gaps and lack of focus can be overlooked and without access to training, cause a big dent in productivity. What starts out as a legitimate Google search for an Excel tip, soon turns into a Wikipedia wormhole and waste of time. This scenario occurs in virtually every office with internet access, and is a definite obstacle to productivity. Encouraging ... Read More »

Singleness of Purpose

You can have anything you want-if you want it badly enough. You can be anything you want to be, have anything you desire, accomplish anything you set out to accomplish- if you will hold to that desire with singleness of purpose. Robert Collier Read More »

Training Your Staff: Harness the Future of Training to Develop the Best Talent

Over the next five years, how you train and educate your staff won’t just change; it’ll transform. What’s the difference? Changing means continuing to do essentially the same thing, only introducing some variation in degree. Transformation means doing something utterly and radically different. For example, moving our music from cassette tape to CD was simply a change. But going from ... Read More »


The person with a fixed goal, a clear picture of his desire, or an ideal always before him, causes it, through repetition, to be buried deeply in his subconscious mind and is thus enabled, thanks to its generative and sustaining power, to realize his goal in a minimum of time and with a minimum of physical effort. Just pursue the ... Read More »

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