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From New Hire to Product Expert: Develop an Effective Product Knowledge Training Program

Posted on Nov 26, 2022 in Business Training Programs

From New Hire to Product Expert: Develop an Effective Product Knowledge Training Program

Effective product knowledge is an essential part of running a successful business. It’s the foundation that helps give your customers the confidence they need in order to purchase from you and ultimately become loyal, repeat buyers. But developing an effective product knowledge training program can be challenging; it requires careful consideration and planning to ensure that your staff learn the necessary information to best serve their customers.

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The Importance of Anti-Bias and Diversity in Business

Posted on Jul 6, 2022 in Business Training Programs

The Importance of Anti-Bias and Diversity in Business

In times of political and social unrest, it’s more important than ever to acknowledge the need for anti-bias training and an active focus on diversity in the business world. We often hear about gender equality in the corporate sphere but fail to recognize that unfairness can stem from far more than gender-based differences. In order to create equal opportunities within organizations and promote a healthy work environment, all forms of bias must be addressed and accounted for — biases based on race, ethnicity, sexual orientation and other areas as well as gender identity.

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Tips for a Successful New Employee Orientation Program

Posted on Mar 20, 2022 in Business Training Programs

Tips for a Successful New Employee Orientation Program

Are you a business owner looking for ways to ensure your new employees have all the necessary tools and information they need to succeed? One of the most effective ways to do this is through a well-thought-out new employee orientation program. Not only can an orientation program provide new hires with essential job knowledge, but it also helps them feel more comfortable in their role by allowing them to bond with existing team members.

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