How to Find The Right Salesforce Training Vendor
6 Key Steps to Successful New Technology Implementation
So, your company is getting ready to introduce Salesforce to key teams and projections are showing huge results once the tool is in use. That’s amazing!
But when you send out the training session details to your employees, the response may be a little less excited.Read More
Measuring the Effectiveness of Your Software Training Program
Do any of these comments sound familiar when you think about the employees at your organization using Salesforce?
What is the point of using this program-the reports aren’t telling me anything useful.
Why do I need to waste so much time putting in this information-no one is using it.
I’m in sales, why am I wasting time with data entry?
Why isn’t Salesforce helping us achieve the goals they said it would?
Or one of the most common- “Oh, I didn’t know Salesforce could do that!”Read More
If your sales, service or marketing teams simply aren’t using your Salesforce software to help them be more effective at their jobs is it their fault?
Probably not.Read More
1. Communicates Clear Vision
A good boss is someone who can clearly communicate the purpose of an employee’s role within the organization as it ties back to corporate goals and vision.
A Gallup survey showed that only 15 percent of employees "strongly agree" that their management gives them confidence about the future of the company, and only 13 percent state that the company's leaders communicate effectively throughout the organization.”1
Leaders clearly need to focus on thisRead More
Implementing new software throughout the company can lead to serious push back from employees if not handled correctly before the word go!Read More
Virtual Reality Training or VR Training for short-it’s the way of the future of corporate learning and development although you wouldn’t know it if you step into the majority of learning departments today.Read More
Have you ever found yourself uninterested in your job, unengaged from the overall future of the company or just plain fed up, spending your evenings searching for a new opportunity?
While there may be a few factors for this, if you were within the first three months of that position, chances are you are part of one-fifth of the workforce that leaves a company in the first 90 days on the job due to poor onboarding.Read More
Corporate culture refers to the beliefs and behaviors that determine how a company’s employees and management interact and handle outside business transactions. Often, corporate culture is implied, not expressly defined, and develops organically over time from the cumulative traits of the people the company hires.1Read More
Using VR to Bring Corporate Training Programs to Life
Virtual reality training. Yes, its really here and has been for some time now. Although not a common training modality for many organizations, there are some companies like Walmart, Boeing, and UPS that continue to see the huge benefits of delivering VR training experiences.
Here are 4 factors to consider when thinking about making the case for immersive simulation in the corporate training space.Read More