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Performance Support: More Than Just Training

Performance Support: More Than Just Training

Learning and Development managers often make the mistake of just focusing on either training or Performance Support even though there are differences between the two. This article underlines those key differences and zooms in on the features Performance Support Tools should have in order to be effective.

How To Deal With Poor Employee Performance

How To Deal With Poor Employee Performance

Performance management is undoubtedly a significant part of every manager's job. The primary task of managers is to deliver high productivity by utilizing his/her team to reach its potential. Of course this is far from easy or simple. And periodically, even with effective management, motivated employees and a healthy environment, there will be some employees who are failing to meet performance expectations. At the following article you will find the top 5 tips to handle poor employee performance effectively.

5 Tips To Motivate Employees To Better Performance

Motivating a company's employees has never been an easy task, especially if we consider that we live in the era of speed, where people want everything to be fast and accessible. As a result, many companies invest high sums of money into a training program which fails provide the aimed results. However, by implementing a set of well-thought strategies, the employees can easily become more engaged and ready to deliver performance. Below, I present to you 5 ways in which executives can motivate their employees quickly and efficiently.

How Continuous Employee Learning Helps Boost Performance

How Continuous Employee Learning Helps Boost Performance

Until relatively recently, company training was seen as nothing else than a one-time event: employees went to a course, learned something, and then returned to their daily tasks where everything came back to normal. However, in present days, more and more companies are striving to establish a continuous learning system, one in which both workers and managers take part in regularly. By comparison, with the old time-limited training, this type of learning continues over the long-term, long after the classroom sessions have completed.

Implementing the Five Moments of Need Model

Implementing the Five Moments of Need Model

I have been following the work of Bob Mosher & Conrad Gottfredson (better known as Bob&Con) for several years now. They made a significant contribution to workplace learning studies by introducing the "Five Moments of Need" model (Mosher & Gottfredson, 2011). The model captures both formal and informal learning tracks and needs. In recent years I researched and implemented real- time learning strategies in corporate settings, using performance support platforms.

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