'GROUP TRAINING WORKS BETTER'
- Keeping a Staff Motivated Through Training and Development. Bodimer, Jeffrey // Business Credit;Mar2003, Vol. 105 Issue 3, p15
Focuses on training programs for employees to keep them motivated. Forms of new-hire training programs; Design of a continuing education program; Best type of continuous training program or training method.
- People - Your Most Important Asset. Darlington, Hank // Supply House Times;Oct2002, Vol. 45 Issue 8, p113
Presents tips on motivating employees. Enrichment of the intellectual and emotional capacity of the employees; Focus on providing quality work life to the personnel; Introduction of orientation and training programs.
- Education a key to keeping staff. // Business Communications Review;Jul98, Vol. 28 Issue 7, p10
Reports that the most important factor in keeping good employees, besides compensation, is ongoing technical skills training for staff members, according to a survey by RHI Consulting. Motivators in keeping loyal employees; Other factors include regular praise, relaxed environment and flexible...
- Employee isn't enthusiastic about training his replacement? Here's what to say & do. // HR Specialist;Sep2014, Vol. 12 Issue 9, p4
In this article suggests tips for motivating employees to attend training programs which includes messaging the importance of training programs, training a replacement and training as an opportunity and also discusses the structure of training.
- Pathway to success includes finding the motivational clues. Montevecchi // Business Journal Serving Fresno & the Central San Joaquin Valley;10/11/99, Issue 322523, p8
Focuses on motivational and conversational clues presented by employees. Use of the clues in training employees; Characteristics of different types of office personalities.
- Yearning for Learning. Molvig, Dianne // HR Magazine;Mar2002, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p67
Discusses several ways on how to motivate employees to participate in training. Importance of creating an environment in which employees value training; Role of the employer; Flaws in training that hinders employee motivation; Value of investigating the training needs of employees; Discussion...
- They don't participate. Paluch, Jim // Landscape Management;Nov2000, Vol. 39 Issue 11, p38
Gives advice on how to motivate employees to participate in training. Reasons for their inattentiveness; Importance of employee participation in training; Suggestions for improving a training session.
- Investment pays off. // e.learning age;Apr2014, p3
The article reports on the findings of a Skillsoft research that found employees are more motivated by training and that investment is usually repaid, which is driven by the work force's desire to be better at their current job and develop skills for internal purposes.
- Career advisory. // Supervisory Management;Aug95, Vol. 40 Issue 8, p3
Discusses ways for advancing one's career. Ways for fireproofing one's career; Shifting from an approval-motivated to an ascendancy-motivated career path; Importance of training.