Category Archives: training

Do you know what is really going on?

How much money a year is spent on sending middle and even upper management to training or motivational seminars? These can be incredibly motivational, inspiring and invigorating. ——>The question is, how do we know that the inspiration is actually creating … Continue reading

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Why do we not wait for the right people?

Text book after business text book will tell managers to hire the right person, not just the first person. This happens often in customer service jobs and in my experience particularly in the restaurant industry. Why does this happen? It typically happens … Continue reading

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Why develop these “skills for tomorrow” in your employee?

The big questions becomes: why should the employer in this middle class job industry care about instilling these qualities for the “next guy” ? 1- The employee who is invested in is far, far more likely to invest back into … Continue reading

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Instilling the right skills

We need to get across to our employees that they need a skill for tomorrow, not just a job for today. This is the message that managers and leaders in the middle class job market arenas need to be getting … Continue reading

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Simple Tactic: equipping people with the right thing

There are so many different skilled jobs, different trainings, and even schools that people could go to in order to be sufficiently trained for their job. How in the world do we expect to get this middle class of employees … Continue reading

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How to care..

Does it really matter if employees care about the company, the product, the customer, their fellow employee, or the process? When reading these words it is probably fair to think that everyone would say, “Of course it matters!”  Then why … Continue reading

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Where did the jobs go?

A quick search of the Internet makes it very apparent that the career market is requiring more specialized skills and yet the pool of qualified applicants from which employers are pulling is shrinking. There are articles addressing how to create a more … Continue reading

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