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Mentoring vs. Training: Less at Odds Than You Think

Some say the only real way to develop and train leaders is throw them into leadership roles to get actual experience while pairing them with a mentor. This way, the theory goes, future leaders get experience and receive the necessary guidance and feedback to succeed.

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Presentation Skills: Starting With the Right Questions

According to The Chapman University Survey on American Fears, public speaking is consistently ranked as one of the most common personal fears for Americans. That’s a problem, because many professions require speaking in front of an audience.

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The Beneficial Bonds of eLearning and Retention

No one doubts training is a worthwhile pursuit. But it also needs to pay off. And in order to pay off, employees must remember their training long enough for it to affect job performance.

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