With companies spending so much time, money and effort in training employees, they want to ensure they are getting the most out of their investment. The key is finding a training method that will be the most efficient and cost effective in the development of their staff. Although companies have traditionally been turning to outsourced training methods, this is no longer the case.
Most business owners dream of the day that they will reach business nirvana. The day where everything runs smoothly without a glitch and efficiency is 100%. Well, that dream is not as far away as one may think. Through Six Sigma, businesses can see an increase in efficiency and a decreases in defects. This infographic presented by Villanova University highlights the different levels of training in Six Sigma and how it is great for any business.
During the 2009 recession, U.S. companies spent $12 billion on leadership development. That’s some pretty hefty coin to train employees. Why exactly do companies find it so important? Why are they willing to invest so much money in to leadership training?
This infographic by Gordon Training shows two very different ways of approaching a confrontation – the “usual” way and the “Gordon” way. Which will you take the next time you are confronted with a person who is acting in a way that is preventing your needs from being met? Read on to find out.
Apparently, being born with a natural talent isn’t enough. While we’d like to label certain individuals as having natural abilities, the truth of the matter is a lot of practice came into play for them to reach their full potential. Don’t believe us? Our friends at Zintro have an infographic that gives all the details explaining how to really perfect your craft.