Communication and organizational success are directly related. Good communication can have a positive and mobilizing effect on employees.
I recently read Michael Platt’s blog entry about blogging on Career College Central. The subject of his blog (“Blogging on blogging”) got my attention.
In formal training, the needs of the job dictate the required training for the job. Good formal training includes the following characteristics:
Most career schools and colleges undertake serious efforts to make their operations more efficient.
As I write my first blog ever, I have to admit that I feel more like a follower than a leader.
In my previous blog, I discussed some of the personnel training challenges faced by career colleges and schools. In this blog, I will discuss a working solution to meet those challenges.
Career colleges and universities have launched the most successful online learning programs in higher education. This is an example of our desire and ability to …
It doesn’t take a particularly apt person to notice that the top executive positions in the career college sector of education are held primarily by males.
Most career colleges cannot squeeze adequate staff and instructor training into their hectic operational schedules. Formal training usually translates into time away from work, which is very difficult for a typical career college to arrange. Also, the date and location of available training programs may not match the fast-paced business constraints of the college. Needless to say that on-site customized training is affordable only for larger operations.
Effective employee development is critical to employee retention, growth and success within an organization. It provides the basis for identifying key players and promoting employees from within.