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Take charge of your own development
Statesman Journal    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Have you ever wondered how some people attain business or professional success while others do not? One answer may be that they have taken charge of their own professional development. According to the American Society for Training and Development, organizations spend an average of $1,000 per employee on professional development. That investment is important and helpful, but an individual's career is worth far more than that; successful people never stop learning. More



The Paradox of Women's Leadership Training
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Our economy needs women in leadership. When women are more than tokens in leadership — representing over 30 percent of the team in diverse business specialties — their organizations perform demonstrably better. Not only are women naturally good leaders, showing the capacity to balance their leadership styles to achieve results even more adeptly than men at times, but they are hard workers and driven to succeed as executives as well. More

IACET APs Included in 2012 Training Top 125
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Training magazine recognized the 2012 Training Top 125 winners with crystal awards and revealed their rankings during a black-tie gala held during the Training 2012 Conference & Expo at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. Congratulations to Automatic Data Processing, Inc. and Schneider Electric. More

Training never ends for health care workers
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Medical advancements mean change is constant in the health care profession. That's why training never stops for hospital staff. In Health Plus, go inside a classroom for nurses. These students already have their degrees and a lot of experience, but as hospital employees continuing education is part of the job. "We do training for all of the staff in the hospital not just the clinicians that are touching the patients everyday. There's so much that goes on behind-the-scenes in the organization that we're able to work with the plan ops or the housekeeping department," said Jackie Jaspers, clinical development manager. More

Leading virtual teams
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Thank you for your interest in the July 17 TrainingIndustry.com webinar, Leading Virtual Teams, sponsored by Interaction Associates. The following resources are now available:

On-Demand Seminar Recording
Presentation Materials
Interaction Associates "Building Trust in Business" 2012 research report
LinkedIn Group: Join the discussion on this webinar
• Twitter hashtag: #LeadingVirtual


Maritime continuing education: What have you done today?
The Maritime Executive    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Technology is changing the shipping industry. Regulations affecting the shipping industry are constantly changing and evolving. The way in which we conduct routine operations onboard vessels changes as standard practices are updated. The companies we work for change their business focus as the needs of their customers require. The only constant in all of these phrases is change. And change is inevitable within the maritime industry. More

Extending training outside the organization
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Maintaining a competitive edge often requires employee training. But training opportunities don't stop with employees. Extending training to others can bring a range of benefits, from increased revenue and efficiency to better marketing and branding. Who can you train, in addition to employees? Consider customers, dealers, partners and even the media. Of course, your perfect audience depends on your budget and goals. But the following examples will provide inspiration. More

Innovative job training continues in New Orleans with EPA grant support
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On June 21, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency awarded a second funding term to Limitless Vistas, a job training nonprofit. The EPA Job Training Grant, worth $200,000 over two years, was also awarded to LVI in 2010. The grant was part of $3 million in federal funds awarded throughout the country to businesses and nonprofits who are driving growth in the green jobs sector. More

Job seekers can use online learning system to upgrade their skills
Oswego County Today    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Job seekers who are looking to upgrade their skills can now enroll in a new online learning system through the Oswego County Workforce New York offices operated by the County Division of Employment and Training. The Metrix E-Learning System allows people to choose from thousands of course topics to learn new skills. Additionally, some programs can lead to industry recognized certifications in fields such as human resources, computer technologies and others. More
   

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