Category Archives: Training

Put it into practice

Pre-K, elementary, middle, high school. College, graduate school. Professional learning, continuing education. When does it ever stop? Never. Constantly trying to better yourself through continuing education is great. As long as you put it into practice. “What is right and … Continue reading

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A month of Innovation – Day 3

A mind is a beautiful thing. “Crowded classrooms and half-day sessions are a tragic waste of our greatest national resource – the minds of our children.” Walter Elias Disney What are you doing to train your children? Your employees? Your … Continue reading

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You shouldn’t need approval

“Let me check with my manager first.” “I’m not sure we can do that. Let me call and find out.” Words you never want to hear as a customer. You go into a retail store and you have a problem. … Continue reading

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The first step

Your company may not be big enough. You may not have the luxury of time. You may not have hundreds of applicants to choose from. But should any of those excuses compromise your standards of selecting the right fit candidate? … Continue reading

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But what about your staff?

Training is a huge responsibility and a large cost for most companies. Your staff is your greatest asset. If you are treating them well (like treating your customers as guests) then the level of loyalty among your staff should rise. … Continue reading

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