Here at Pract.us, we’re dedicated to making life easier for human resources managers, learning and development professionals, and business leaders. As a result, we regularly post useful articles and advice from other thought-leaders each week.
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Mental Health Training for Line Managers: Useful Online Resources
Even companies with extensive training programs can struggle to help people with mental well-being. First-line managers, often out of their comfort zones and tasked with heavy workloads, can burn out fast. As L&D and HR professionals, these online resources could come in handy to help those folks build more resiliency. Read more.
Accountability Isn’t About Putting Things in Writing
So often when trying to get people to learn new processes or use new software, we have a hard time holding them accountable. But what is accountability really? And how can we tap into a person’s natural motivations to hold themselves responsible for the outcomes your organization needs? Read more.
5 Ways to Improve Your Training Pay
Getting recognition (and more moolah) for your efforts don’t depend on the latest gadgets and tech. It depends on getting the basics right and staying focused on your objectives. From this list, I would emphasize follow up and tracking results so you have concrete evidence of your effectiveness and value. Read more.
8 Tips for Successful Training Measurement
If you read the article above and want to know in no uncertain terms how much impact your programs have, take a look at this practical approach to measurements that make leadership pay attention. Read more.
Make the Shift: 5 Tips for Modernizing Your Employee Training in 2018
“We are no longer satisfied with simply exchanging the classroom for an online, but still deskbound, experience.” But good news – you don’t have to have fancy technology to update your training. It’s more about shifting your mindset to helping people learn as they move through their normal days. Read more.
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