Posts Tagged ‘workshop’
Leadership Speaker and Author Set to Address the Vermont HR Association about the Largest Generation of Workers in the Workplace (Colchester, VT) –– Matthew Harrington, leadership speaker and author specializing in the Millennial generation (1980-2001), will present for the Vermont Human Resource Association at their program “Fine Tuning Your Employees’ Acumen around Engagement and Effectiveness” […]
New Directions will be hosting five professional development workshops open to the public this fall season. The workshops, held at the Quality Inn on Troy Schenectady Road in Latham, will focus on key development skills needed in the workplace for managers, supervisors and leaders. Starting on Thursday, November 7th, workshop one will be How to […]
Developing the area’s workforce, WTS unveils 2013 training and development workshops (Albany, NY) –– Last month Gallup polling released that 7 out of 10 employees hate their job. The CEO of Gallup, Jim Clifton, indicated that 70% of American workers are disengaged at work as a direct result of poor management and leadership. The Workforce […]
WTS Focuses Second Workshop on Employee Fundamentals The Workforce Training Series will be holding the second of four scheduled workshops on May 10th at the Mount Anthony Country Club. The second workshop titled, Employee Fundamentals: The Skills for Exceptional Employees, will be presented by Lisa Dunbar of New Directions and will focus on helping employees […]
Bennington rolls out work force training I Rutland Herald
A collaborative effort to ensure area workforce training and development. New Directions, a training and development firm in southern Vermont has partnered with area businesses, the Bennington Economic Development Task Force, the Workforce Investment Board and the Town of Bennington to offer convenient and affordable employee training to the Bennington area in a new program known as […]
The average worker gets interrupted every 8 minutes and a person with a cluttered desk spends on average 1.5 hours per day looking for things. In our time-pressed work, learning how to manage multiple priorities is critical to success. The learner will be able to: Understand the four components of “time” Employ tricks for expediting […]
Over 60% of employers say that they are experiencing tension among employees from different generations.
Millennials will make up 50% of the workforce in the next 10 years and yet they’ve been called “one of the hardest generations to work with.
The gap in organization’s talent is coming if it isn’t already here. Baby Boomers are retiring at the staggering rate of 6,000 a day and with them, a great wealth of knowledge and talent.