Tag: Employee Ethics Training

Train Your Employees in Business Ethics

Here’s a useful training exercise you can use to get your ethics training off to an interactive start. The objective of the exercise is to examine key issues involved in business ethics. Ask trainees to complete the worksheet below. Then use the answers provided in the “Guidance” section to discuss the results as a group […]

Train Employees to Lead Teams with Positive Actions

Kevin Sensenig, PhD, RODP, and global brand champion for Dale Carnegie & Associates (www.dalecarnegie.com ), Hauppauge, New York, works most often with HR professionals. His points, however, can be given to any employees whom you have identified as having leadership potential. Train these promising employees to be positive coaches and team leaders. Sensenig notes that […]

Create Future Leaders by Training Employees How to Delegate

Delegation is yet another essential managerial skill. Employees who aspire to leadership positions must begin to acquire this skill now. Teaching delegation means providing opportunities to practice the skill—perhaps through management of a special project or team effort. It also means imparting an understanding that delegation is a six-step process. When you delegate, you must […]

How One Company Promotes Continuous Learning

“We feel that a well-trained workforce plays a significant role in enabling our business,” said Chuck Schneider, president and CEO of U.S. Security Associates (www.ussecurityassociates.com). “From protecting the people, property, and assets of our customers to management and leadership development, learning is an integral part of our company culture.” “We are very proud of all […]

Train Employees to be Leaders—on the Job and in the Community

Allianz Life Insurance Company of North America (www.allianzlife.com) has received recognition both for its strong commitment to employee development and to the financial literacy of youths in the Minneapolis area. In addition to providing training and development opportunities for its employees, Allianz Life offers college scholarships for local students and supports financial literacy programs in […]

Don’t Overlook Introverts in Your Training Prospects

Lawyer-turned-author Susan Cain admits she’s an introvert and has encountered some challenges because of it. But she firmly believes that introverts have important contributions to make to U.S. business that employers usually aren’t aware of. That’s because employers have been trained, says Cain, to seek out extroverts. Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World […]

Youth Mentoring Trains Tomorrow's Work Force Today

Dr. Susan G. Weinberger, affectionately known as Dr. Mentor, is the President of the Mentor Consulting Group in Norwalk, CT USA, and an international expert on internal and external business mentoring and coaching programs. In this article she continues to describe youth mentoring programs. Kinds of Company-sponsored Youth Mentoring Programs Regardless of location of the […]

Use Training To Keep Employees Engaged

Headquartered in Windsor Locks, Connecticut, Hamilton Sundstrand (www.hamiltonsundstrand.com) is among the world’s largest suppliers of technologically advanced aerospace and industrial products. A subsidiary of United Technologies Corp. (www.utc.com), the company designs, manufactures, and services aerospace systems and provides integrated system solutions for commercial, corporate, and military aircraft. In addition, Hamilton Sundstrand is a major supplier […]

How One Company Is Maintaining Training Excellence in a Down Economy

To recap the situation: Like many other companies, the economic downturn forced Heavy Construction Systems Specialists Inc. (HCSS) to reduce its employee development budget over the last few years. But unlike some other companies, the Sugar Land, Texas, company was able to cut expenses without sacrificing learning for its 100+ employees. Unique Orientation Experience In […]

Leadership Training Creates Competitive Advantage, Career Paths

The company’s CEO believes that, ideally, Convergys “leaders should spend 50 percent of their time coaching employees for performance,” Handy says. Consistent with that philosophy, the company piloted a third leadership program this spring. The day-long Leader as Coach program is geared toward managers at the director level and above. If you are looking for […]