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How to breakthrough the brain fog
Finding it hard to hold attention and influence your colleagues and clients in meetings? Brain fog could be the culprit. Read on to better understand the challenge of communicating in our current environment and how you can capture your listener’s interest in seconds – especially critical when your audience is exhausted, distracted, and foggy.
Global Digital Training
In the world of communications training, 2021 was a pivotal year. We saw tremendous growth in the sophistication of digital training environments, as companies adopted digital approaches to deliver exceptional learner experiences that help their workforces succeed.
Leading a Virtual Team Means Doing Things Differently
With remote jobs increasing in 71% in 2020, many leaders continue to manage remote workers as if they were managing a co-located team. Yet, fifty three percent of leaders we surveyed at a recent webinar said that they had NOT received any training on leading a virtual team.
Click to read blog: 3 Tips for Encouraging Collaboration in Your Virtual Meetings
As you and your teams navigate working remotely, we’re publishing tips and best practices for leading virtual meetings, presenting virtually and promoting remote team collaboration. For this week’s tips, here are 3 best practices for encouraging collaboration in your virtual meetings:
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With travel restrictions, reduced in-person meetings, and canceled events, many organizations have employees working from home. For remote team members interested in brushing up on virtual communication skills, we’ve put together a list of helpful articles.
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The scope of the Coronavirus outbreak is changing rapidly, and the way organizations manage their training initiatives is changing just as quickly in response. Mandel is prepared for times like these and we’re here to help. We know organizations are putting significant thought into business continuity plans, and we’re standing-by to help our clients with the execution of these plans.
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Imagine this scenario. You’re at home and you want to learn something. What do you do? Watch a video on YouTube, Google it, find directions on Waze, ask Alexa, get the news on Twitter. As consumers, we’ve been conditioned to expect a certain experience. So why is it that our experience at work is so vastly different? This week, Mandel Executive Director Kate Day writes about how technology has forever changed learner expectations and what the implications are for businesses. She also has some “from-the-trenches” advice on how learning and development organizations can seize this moment as an opportunity to reimagine the user experience for your employees and, in turn, your customers.