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Quite simply the best turn-key training system on the market today.
Quite simply the best turn-key training system on the market today.

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How to Maintain Employee Motivation

The employees are the greatest resource for any organization. For the organization to function at its peak, each employee must be motivated to work and perform their best. Here are a few techniques to maintain job enrichment of employees!

Skill Variety

Doing routine work can be taxing after a while. For employees, new challenges can be a way to rejuvenate their thirst for work. Allowing them to work on new projects helps them grow and become better!

Autonomy

It is also important to give employees the autonomy for the task we assign them. Having that responsibility motivates them to give better outcomes. It also shows that you trust them with the work you give.

Feedback

Feedback is also an important part of employee growth. Knowing how they’re doing, how their work has affected the company, and such information keeps them working hard to maintain or even improve their performance.

The Importance of Job Enrichment:

Job Enrichment makes each employee perform at optimal performance. It helps promote high motivation, work satisfaction, quality performance, and lessens employee turnover.

For more solutions in employee development, training, and other programs, contact Chart Learning Solutions today!
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Friday Focus: The Importance of Coaching

Coaching refers to the manager’s role as teacher to the employees. Coaching is important in order for employees to learn without being spoon-feeding instructions. Through coaching, managers simply observe employees, give feedback, and teach/show what needs to be done. If coaching is effective, employees become competent to do the tasks without the need for constant supervision, meaning more efficient work!

#FridayFocus #Coaching
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Prevent Quick Staff Turnover with these Tips!

- Hire the right people.
- Always provide challenges and, opportunities for growth and development.
- Offer positive feedback and constructive criticism.
- Be a coach who guides and teaches, not a dictator who simply orders.

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4 Stages of Employee Training

In management, there are various approaches to leading and training employees. One of those is the Blanchard’s Situational Leadership Model. Here, it is discussed how managers should lead depending on the development of employees-in-training.

Directing – This refers to the initial stage of employee training wherein employees must first be told what to do and how to do it. It is the manager’s job to teach and observe how the employees perform during this stage. Feedback very important in this stage as a tool for development.

Coaching – The second stage of training is Coaching. Here, managers must show employees what to do, if needed, and further observe and monitor their performance. Feedback may be given from time to time.

Supporting – In this stage, employees are left to do the tasks while the managers monitors, observes, and occasionally provide feedback.

Delegating – This refers to giving employees responsibilities to do assigned tasks. Here, the manager only observes from afar and gives feedback only when necessary.

Learn more about how to improve employee performance and create better leaders! Chart Learning Solutions helps organizations develop high-performing members and leaders to help them raise the bar in the industry! Get to know more about us and our services by visiting our site at www.chartlearningsolutions.com.
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 How To Create a Healthy Work Environment

- Keep the space clean and organized.
- Have a space for socializing during breaks. (i.e. coffee room)
- Provide necessary facilities and equipment.

#OfficeTips #WorkEnvironment
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How to Promote Efficiency at Work!

- Set a clear goal.
- Delegate tasks to match the skills of employees.
- Provide incentives.
- Offer feedback on performance.
- Communicate and interact with employees.

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Thursday Tip: Generational Mix in the Office

Most companies today have a diversified range of employees with different technological backgrounds. It is important to learn such generational gaps in order to effectively manage your team. Plus, the modern technology applied in offices requires them to be trained and skilled. Here are the 4 generations of workers present in the industry today.

Digital Aliens

Baby Boomers born between 1946-1965, have little to no knowledge about technology. They lived most of their lives without it and may have trouble adapting to it, especially in the workplace.

Digital Immigrant

Generation X workers born between 1966-1976, are considered Immigrants to internet technology as they adapted to it as it was introduced to their generation. They are more familiar with the early beginnings of technology.

Digital Natives

Generation Y and Z workers born after 1985 are called Digital Natives because they were born into the world of modern technology. They had no need to adapt since it is already their environment. They are well-learned in the use of computers.

Understanding the generational gaps and differences in skill is important in order to manage training and development. Chart Learning Solutions offers quality training and employee advancement services to help you grow!

One of our services includes Blended Learning where we combine various methods to train and solve your problems. Learn more about this and our other programs here: www.chartlearningsolutions.com.

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Blended Learning

Our Blended Learning solution allows a combination of training methods in order to effectively solve real-world organizational challenges. Our goal is to increase the efficiency of employees through proper training no matter what skill is required. Learn more about Blended Learning here: http://www.chartlearningsolutions.com/professional-solutions.

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Keep working. Keep growing. #MotivationMonday
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5 Reasons Why You Should Always Watch Your Posture

One of the common sources of health complications in a corporate environment is bad posture. Due to prolonged sitting, most employees don’t even realize that they have developed this bad habit. Ignoring the issue will only result to health problems, putting a hold on your peace, wealth, and career.

Keep these in mind next time you find yourself slouching:

- Bad posture leads to back pain.

Slouching puts a strain on your back because you’re bending your spine’s natural shape. If ignored for prolonged periods, it might lead to chronic back pain.

- It also negatively affects your blood circulation.

Slouching affects your blood circulation by causing an increase in blood pressure. Thus, you may notice other symptoms like an increase in varicose veins, or an unpleasant numbness in your spine.

- It will give you breathing difficulties.

Slouching constricts your diaphragm, leading to breathing difficulties. This could prevent you from taking full breaths. This can be mentally exhausting, as limiting your breaths might result in a feeling of stress.

- Your digestion will be impaired.

Bending your back while sitting down will also affect your digestion because it compresses the intestines, which prevents them from functioning optimally.

- It could damage your spine.

Straining your back too frequently will result in spinal injuries like a herniated disc. However, if you’re already suffering from complications like scoliosis, sticking to a bad posture will worsen your problem and could damage your spine even more.

The solution? Consider stretching between breaks. If you’re an employer, provide your employees with more ergonomic office chairs. Remember that a happy employee is a productive one!

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