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A training needs analysis (TNA) is an often misunderstood and underused tool of a training department....Read more »
Well, a trainer needs to keep things simple so participants can learn....Read more »
When it comes to instructor-led training courses, they should end just as strongly as they begin....Read more »
There are many non-verbal actions, or instructional techniques, we can use along with our verbal communication. Here are a few I have been using with great success:...Read more »
Today it’s very common to have four different generations working side-by-side in the workplace. Can you imagine when they’re all in the same classroom? What’s a trainer to do?...Read more »
In many job categories, learners tend to be highly competitive. How can you take advantage of this energy in training? Here are six tips for using games in training:...Read more »
The following three tools are essential to my trainer toolkit. I can’t live without them in my job as a trainer....Read more »
I’ve often heard trainers complain that their courses are dry and they want to make them more interesting and fun....Read more »
“Changing the world one flipchart at a time!”...Read more »
Training managers often struggle with the decision of whether to revamp an ineffective course or to scrap it and start again....Read more »
"Excellent! I have a long list of great things to implement when I get back."