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Know what you’re talking about, but not sure how to convey it to others? Even if you’ve never spoken in front of a room full of trainees you can still learn to lead an effective training program in, "Train-the-Trainer", a one day, interactive workshop. Designed for in-house trainers and leaders or supervisors with training responsibilities, this workshop will teach you to create clear, measurable learning objectives and write and deliver training content. You'll review principles of adult learning, learn group facilitation and on-the-job training methods, and develop a task analysis. At the end of the session, you'll be prepared to deliver effective employee training, no matter what the topic. Learning Objectives Identify performance gaps and training needs Write clear, measurable learning objectives Develop a task analysis from a job description Conduct training effectively from preparation to the actual delivery Write and deliver training content using adult learning principles Demonstrate knowledge of group facilitation and individual on-the-job training methods Group discount:  Enter code TTT042120 when registering 3 or more attendees to receive a 15% discount. When Tuesday, April 21, 2020 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Where King of Prussia, PA 234 Mall Blvd. Suite G-50 King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 19406 Fee includes all training materials & catered lunch. Read More

Know what you’re talking about, but not sure how to convey it to others? Even if you’ve never spoken in front of a room full of trainees you can still learn to lead an effective training program in, "Train-the-Trainer", a one day, interactive workshop. Designed for in-house trainers and leaders or supervisors with training responsibilities, this workshop will teach you to create clear, measurable learning objectives and write and deliver training content. You'll review principles of adult learning, learn group facilitation and on-the-job training methods, and develop a task analysis. At the end of the session, you'll be prepared to deliver effective employee training, no matter what the topic. Learning Objectives Identify performance gaps and training needs Write clear, measurable learning objectives Develop a task analysis from a job description Conduct training effectively from preparation to the actual delivery Write and deliver training content using adult learning principles Demonstrate knowledge of group facilitation and individual on-the-job training methods Group discount:  Enter code TTT091620 when registering 3 or more attendees to receive a 15% discount. When Wednesday, September 16, 2020 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Where King of Prussia, PA 234 Mall Blvd. Suite G-50 King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 19406 Fee includes all training materials & catered lunch. Read More

MEA’s premier annual event offers a range of invaluable insights into the latest trends and developments in HR and employment law. Join other HR professionals and executives for a day of learning. Topics will include Panel of leading Coronavirus experts will discuss employment-related issues being faced by your business. Employment Law 2020: What’s Changed, What’s Happening, and What To Do About What’s Coming with Michael G. Trachtman Latest EEOC Enforcement Trends Data is the New Oil:  The Value of Cybersecurity and Your Role in Protecting Company Data Medical Marijuana Testing, Immigration, ADA and more! HR & Compliance Learning Programs (On Demand) The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) & the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) Progressive Discipline & Termination Reasonable Suspicion Time 8:30 AM – 2:00 PM – Conference Fee (early bird pricing extended to everyone) Member:  $295 Non-Member: $325 When Friday, May 8, 2020 Where Webinar NOTE:  You will receive login instructions via email.  Read More

In today’s workplace, it is critically important to recognize when to investigate a sexual harassment allegation and equally important to understand how to properly conduct a workplace investigation.  Having conducted a proper investigation at the right time is often crucial to an employer’s ability to defend against regulatory and civil liability, and failure to promptly and properly investigate a particular complaint can waive an employer’s legal defense, or significantly undermine its legal position in litigation. Conducting effective workplace investigations can also help an employer improve employee morale, increase productivity (when coupled with appropriate disciplinary action), reduce turnover rates, and improve organizational culture by ending inappropriate conduct on a company-wide level. In this workshop you will solidify your understanding of: When to investigate an allegation of sexual harassment; and How to investigate allegations of workplace misconduct, including how to determine: Whether allegations of misconduct have merit; Who was involved in the misconduct; Disciplinary or other measures that should be taken against the alleged perpetrators to prevent recurrence and limit employer liability; and Preventative steps to avoid future similar incidents Why Attend The EEOC specifically recommends that workplace investigations be performed by “well-trained, objective, and neutral investigators.”  In light of this, and considering that an improperly conducted investigation can exacerbate the underlying problem being investigated and, in some instances, create additional liability for the company it is critical for your company to understand the various legal issues associated with conducting an investigation. Who Should Attend Employers who want to understand the various legal issues Employers who want to understand how to effectively conduct an investigation Group discount:  Enter code IN062420 when registering 3 or more attendees to receive a 15% discount. When Wednesday, June 24, 2020 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Where King of Prussia, PA 234 Mall Blvd. Suite G-50 King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 19406 Fee includes all training materials & morning beverage. Read More

In partnership with the Berry Writing Group, the experts on business writing, the Writing to Get Things Done Toolkit will improve productivity by teaching how to use writing as a powerful tool for getting things done. Students will improve their on-the-job writing skills - writing clear, easy-to-read emails, letters, memorandums, meeting minutes, procedures, trip reports, and technical reports. This course bundle includes the following bite sized mobile ready courses: Effective Business Communication Know and use the three components of effective business communication Separating Readers' and Writer's Needs Be able to separate the readers' needs from the writer's needs Identifying Ineffective Writing Styles Identify ineffective writing styles Using the Reporting Process Use the reporting process when creating written communications Selecting the Best Writing Model Know how to select and use the best writing model for presenting your thoughts and ideas Write Effective Opening Paragraphs Be able to write an effective opening paragraph Effective Middle and Closing Paragraphs Write an effective middle and closing paragraph Forecasting Subject Lines  Be able to write a concise and effective forecasting subject line Most Common Business Writing Model Know how to use the writing model required for about 80% of your writing Writing Model for Reports and Documents Use the writing model required for long documents, such as reports and manuals Writing Style and Tone Know how to use an effective writing style and tone Effective Emails Assess the quality of your emails Read More

You and Your Boss Individuals build their relationship with their boss to receive the right level of feedback and coaching for success. This course bundle includes the following bite sized mobile ready courses: Feedback for Great Results Identify the areas you need feedback on to deliver great results   Ask Your Boss for Feedback Ask your boss for feedback on your performance   Support the Company Mission and Vision Talk with your boss regarding how your actions & behaviors support the company mission and values   Discuss Your Work-Life Balance Needs Meet with your boss to discuss your work/life balance needs   Recognizing Your Boss for Personal Achievements Recognize your boss for his or her contribution to the team’s achievements & your individual success Read More

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