Veris Associates, Inc. - Corporate Learning and Training
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Veris Associates, Inc. Corporate Learning & Training podcasts provide updates to a variety of topics. Topics range cover primarily critical business skills such as leadership, time management, human resource development, team building and more.
||CleanGetting to Win: 3 Negotiation Tactics for Better Agreements||David A. Zimmer Practice Manager Corporate Learning & Training Veris Associates, Inc. Mention the word “Negotiation” and watch the reactions. Some shrink in fear, others start to salivate, some run for cover, and others sport a worn, plaid sports jack||16.9.2008||Gratis||In iTunes ansehen|
||CleanThe Value of Training: An Investment, Not A Cost||David A. Zimmer Practice Manager Corporate Learning & Training Veris Associates, Inc. What is the value of employee training? For most companies, training is seen as an expense and one of the first items to be chopped during the budgeting process. Yet||2.9.2008||Gratis||In iTunes ansehen|
||CleanOur Digital Creation: Generation Y’s Monstrous Leap into the Workplace||Cheryl Croce Sr. Consultant Veris Associates, Inc. “…my candle was nearly burnt out, when, by the glimmer of the half-extinguished light, I saw the dull yellow eye of the creature open…” With all of the recent news around the Millennials – Ge||2.9.2008||Gratis||In iTunes ansehen|
||CleanClassroom Training vs. e-Learning Training||Ron Przywara ITIL Certified Consultant IT Service Management Veris Associates, Inc. Classroom training vs. e-learning training: In the never-ending drive to get ahead of the curve, which road gets you to where you want to be? If the decision is made using||2.9.2008||Gratis||In iTunes ansehen|
||CleanLady Tech, Be Thyself: Authenticity As An ‘IT Girl’||Cheryl Croce Sr. Consultant Veris Associates, Inc. I read two interesting articles over the weekend. They could not have been from more different sources, nor could they have been more interconnected. One was from the May-June 2008 edition of Psychology T||2.9.2008||Gratis||In iTunes ansehen|