34 Posts in Performance Improvement
Did you know that domestic violence is one of the most common forms of workplace violence? And did you also know that we in the healthcare industry experience more incidents of workplace violence than other industries? This topic needs to stay on the front burner for all of us who work in a human services organization.
We had a great turnout for our recent webinar entitled “If You Aren’t Driving Change, It’s Driving You: Best Practices for Managing Change”.
Most people do not listen with the intent to understand; they listen with the intent to reply.
“Second place is just the first place loser.”
Stephen Covey’s book, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, is one of the world’s bestselling books on leadership. Guess what the very first habit is?
With an increased need for improved business and client outcomes, yet a decrease in the amount of time and other resources available to ensure and maintain these outcomes, providing your staff with the ability to take ownership of their professional development is becoming increasingly valuable.
I was thinking back to my HR days at a nonprofit organization and how in the world we handled training and compliance for our staff prior to having an LMS. I remember wanting to pull my hair out trying to keep track of all of the training certificates from our many off-site locations. I was trying to manage it all in Excel, but I ran into problems getting managers to collect the training...
We at Relias have been lucky over the years to work with organizations and individuals who are experts in the field, have a unique perspective and can share their experiences to help us better serve our customers. They say it takes a village and our partners are part of what make us a strong company.
We shared a lot of great content during our webinar on December 17, 2015. To further highlight How Gaming Elements Engage Your Learners and Boost Compliance, Miguel Mojado – Relias Site Administrator for the California Department of Veteran Affairs – agreed to share some personal insight and experience with all of you.