i Ravinder Tulsiani | Training EDGE - Instructional Design, Training, Consulting, Learning - Part 2
30
MAR
2014

Why is a needs analysis so important?

Consider a visit to your doctor’s office. Your doctor would not engender much faith if he or she prescribed medication without taking the time to learn what was wrong with you. Your ultimate goal in doing a needs analysis is to develop a concrete idea of your client’s needs or wants. 
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23
MAR
2014

Benefits of corporate training on leadership skills

[starrating] The main idea behind corporate trainings is that organizations are all about people and the way they respond to each other. Yes, businesses have a technical side to them too but the fact remains that in a typical organization people-related issues outnumber technical snag
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21
MAR
2014

How to Create an Effective Mentor/Coaching Program

[starrating] Just like an effective business strategy is important for its growth, similar a well designed mentoring program is responsible for training the staff and invoking leadership qualities within them. Creating a proper mentoring program is not easy as it requires a lot of eff
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20
MAR
2014

Five Ways to Inspire Your Team

[starrating] Today’s employees function in an ever changing workplace terrain. They are under constant threat and pressure in their workplace due to various contemporary socio-economic factors. Amidst such torrential environment they always look up to their leaders for a ray of hope,
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01
FEB
2014

Building an Engaged Workforce

[starrating] A sound working environment within the company is very important to ensure that the employees stay dedicated towards their work and fulfill the target as well. Engaging the employees in the work is helpful in numerous ways and that is why the companies are taking measures
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12
JAN
2014

Using Pre-Work as a Training Strategy

[starrating] The problem is a common one. You have been scheduled for a training session to explain a new policy or procedure. Unfortunately, you have time and budget constraints that mean you do not have the time or resources to have a session of the proper length or breadth. Whether
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12
JAN
2014

Retirement Boom: How to Handle the Boomer Retirement Bubble

As the economy stabilizes, many companies feel they are now back on solid footing, however, they may not be prepared for the next big bubble to burst: The Boomer retirement bubble. Over the next two decades, as countless experienced workers walk out the door, it is up to the companies
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12
JAN
2014

How to Align Your Training Initiatives With Organizational Strategy

What is the first thing that comes to your head when you hear people use the term ‘corporate culture’? Most people describe it basically as the way ‘things get done around here’.  This is not exactly far from the truth. But there is a whole lot more that goes towards influencing or de
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12
JAN
2014

How to Evaluate the Impact of Training

In these tough economic times there are many companies that feel that they are wasting money on training their staff. They feel that it is only a necessary luxury when things are rosy and when there is plenty of money to burn. This is a wrong notion as training is the lifeblood of any
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12
JAN
2014

How to Use Mobile Learning to Enhance Employee Training

For the first time ever, global Smartphone sales exceeded that of desktop and tablet PCs in 2011. Even people who are not familiar with computers generally find Smartphones easier to use. Therefore, the use of Smartphones has risen sharply, and the trend is expected to grow exponentia
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