Managers play a key role in the success of employee development programs.
Training in both written and verbal communication helps organizations and their employees succeed.
Organizations’ training efforts are increasingly focused on front-line employees, rather than executives.
After training ends, managers have a responsibility to ensure the new skills and insights are applied.
Managers and supervisors can support the transfer of learning during training programs.
Management can make or break a training program’s success.
Communication skills training is crucial for developing highly collaborative and successful teams.
Leaders set the direction for their organizations and influence the behaviors of those around them.
One of the preeminent reasons that productivity is hampered: office distractions caused by coworkers.
With so many potential areas for training and employee development and only finite resources, it can be difficult to decide how to ensure the maximum return on investment.