Mistakes in Training
Why is it so difficult for us to recognize when our training initiatives have stopped working?
Welcome To PeopleCore
Welcome to The PeopleCore's 1st blog post!
The Key to Creating Training Materials They’ll Remember – and Use
Attention spans among younger generations lag in comparison to generations past.
Make This One Change, Watch Staff Take Management More Seriously
We’ve all seen it: Outdated company materials that convey irrelevant or incorrect information. It’s a workplace hazard, and just as detrimentally, sends a dangerous message to employees: Because they’re never updated or implemented, words on paper must not matter here. Out-of-date procedures (or procedures whose poor or inconsistent formatting scream, “We don’t have value!”) are […]
3 Steps For Motivating Your Millennial Workforce
One-third of today’s American workforce is made of Millennials – adults born between roughly the early 1980s and late 1990s.
3 Ways To Build Better Work Relationships
Have you ever wondered why some people are just easier to work with than others?
E-tiquette Don’t hit send yet! Read this to avoid common mistakes.
Avoid being confusing, unprofessional, or even insulting by following the advice of Peggy Duncan, author of Conquer E-Mail Overload With Better Habits, Etiquette, and Outlook. When Do I use the CC line? To help separate the people who need to respond from those recipients you want to just inform. What should go in the subject […]
How DiSC and Myers-Briggs compare
Recently, many of our customers have been asking why we have chosen to use the DiSC Personal Profile® rather than some of the other, perhaps more popular, profile systems. This is a great question and we’d like to share our answer with everyone. Our reasoning for using the DiSC® system is the same reason we […]