Creating employee training for a large organisation can feel like playing whack-a-mole at the fair. Just when you’ve solved one need for one group, another springs up. Just when you’ve placated one stakeholder another appears out of the blue. You’re sweaty and stressed and it feels like the game will never end! Get it right and you’re rewarded with a big bag of candyfloss and the warm glow of knowing you’ve changed behaviour for the better. But getting there without help can be a real challenge.
Recent articles by Olivia Kippax Jones
For some of us, TikTok is simply the sound a clock makes, but the video app has captured a generation – Generation Z. Does this technological divide represent a generational gulf? Are Gen Z really a species all of their own? And what does that mean for your online training strategy? Let’s find out!
Traditional face-to-face training is becoming a less feasible option for many organisations. Remote or flexible working is something many employees expect as standard, and in-person training may not be the most effective way to train a hybrid workforce. So how can you move your in-person training online?
It can seem daunting to take a text-heavy slide or list of bullets and turn it into something visual, especially if you don’t think you’re super creative. However, the first step is simply reducing the amount of text on your slides – and you don’t have to be an artist to do that!
Every slide in your sales presentation should earn its place by contributing to the story you’re telling and helping to persuade your prospect to change their behaviour. However, there are certain slides that are pure filler. It’s time to look at your sales presentation with a critical eye and get rid of slides that aren’t pulling their weight!