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  • Toxic Relationships at Work: Signs, Help, and What To Do

    Think about all of the relationships in your life—coworkers, bosses, partners, friendships, family members, neighbors. Do any of these relationships leave you feeling drained, depleted, cautious, avoidant, on edge, nervous, anxious, guilty, or tense? You may be experiencing a toxic...

    Curated by Maki Moussavi
  • [Product] Knowledge is [Sales] Power

    "Knowledge is Power" is a well-known maxim that's been attributed to many scholars; but no matter the origin, the maxim holds true. Sales is a knowledge game - from products and company, to your customers and competition. The more you...

    Curated by Chris Baker
  • Master the Art of Self-Confidence

    In order to achieve workplace success, personal satisfaction and personal achievement, competence is essential. But without confidence, competence will only take you so far. Lack of confidence and a low self-esteem are two of the major things that...

    Curated by Jillian Cooper
  • How to Host a Successful Virtual Event

    Online events are increasing in popularity as they are a great addition to the marketing strategy for various individual businesses and organizations. To create a successful and seamless event requires proper planning and execution. This path is created for you...

    Curated by Tameka Stewart
  • How To Transfer To Online Training Part 1

    The latest events made a lot of changes to the learning environment. Perhaps, time ago, you thought that someday you would create online learning solutions based on your classroom training, but nowadays, you should make a quick switch to digital...

    Curated by Eva Posukhova
  • The Secrets to Landing Your "Dream Job"

    Most of us want something more or better than what we have now. Work is typically the #1 thing many Americans report they are not fulfilled with and wish they could change. You don't have to be one of them....

    Curated by Laetitia Samuel
  • Open Doors & Close the Deal

    The begrudged sales call. You understand the fundamental principles behind selling, but you still dread the 'sales call'. There are several ways to manage a sales call, however, the 8 steps detailed below include the most succinct way you can...

    Curated by Laetitia Samuel
  • Launching Your e-Learning Program

    It's easy to buy an LMS, but it takes a good strategy to successfully launch e-learning for your users. These resources will help take you from an empty platform to a well-developed and engaging online learning program.

    Curated by Julia Huprich
  • How To Transfer To Online Training Part 2

    Welcome to Part 2 of the track How To Transfer To Online Training. This track will help trainers and learning managers who faced the problem of transferring courses and programs to the digital environment. It is recommended to begin with...

    Curated by Eva Posukhova
  • Product Demo: Selling Your Pitch To The Audience

    What happens after a product demo is given? Was it enticing enough to keep the client interested? These questions will be answered throughout this path. Usually, the following step after a product demo, or any type of presentation is...

    Curated by Lianet Falcon
  • The Secrets to Hiring Great Employees

    Hiring the wrong employee is a mistake that can cost your organization thousands of dollars in wasted productivity and salary costs. But how do you get it right? Here, experts share some of their tips, tricks, and secrets to success.

    Curated by Julia Huprich
  • Sales Skills Focus: Cold-Calling

    Sales expert Brian Tracy once said, "Approach each customer with the idea of helping him or her solve a problem or achieve a goal, not of selling a product or service." Cold-calling can cause anxiety for some but others see...

    Curated by Philip Gutierrez
  • Maximizing the Benefits of Online Learning

    Whether you are a professional attending a virtual conference, a student transitioning to online learning or simply a person wanting to master something new with this newly discovered “free time”, chances are you are spending a lot more time in...

    Curated by Emma Chiappetta
  • How to Conduct Insightful Customer Interviews

    Imagine, for a moment, you had unlimited insight into the mind and behavior patterns of all of your customers and clients. That they simply told you what you spent hours trying to figure out. Now, realize the potential this has...

    Curated by Joss Ellison
  • Mastering Public Speaking

    We all know the feeling. You have to get up in front of an audience, and it can be nerve-wracking knowing how to present the right information, with a clear set of slides, in an engaging way. We have all...

    Curated by Jono Bacon
  • You Can't Turn Training Into A Game! Or Can You?

    Gamification is the process of taking a learning experience and integrating game mechanics into it to motivate participation, engagement, and loyalty. Gamification takes the data-driven techniques that game designers use to engage players and applies them to non-game experiences to...

    Curated by Keith Lillico
  • Maintaining Your Customer's Confidence

    The foundational goal of customer service is to resolve problems and complaints. It’s critically important, then, that we ensure our solutions are actually implemented and customers feel confident we’ve solved their concerns.

    Curated by Donovon Jenson