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Deliver More Value to Your Learning Organization with these Cost-cutting Tips

According to Training Magazine’s 2015 Training Industry Report, business spending on training is at a six-year high coming in at a whopping $70.6 BILLION for 2015. Sounds like great news for training professionals, right? Unfortunately, the other revealing finding is that the amount spent on full-time staff is down to a four-year low. What does…

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Mentoring Programs that Work for Employees and Organizations

  January is National Mentoring Month, and FMP Consulting is celebrating the mentoring movement by sharing knowledge of quality corporate mentoring programs. We encourage organizations to go beyond superficial engagement and become involved in making a real-life impact on each employee. Establishing a mentoring program is a great way to start. Mentoring plays a critical…

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Spotlight: Jessica Zielonis

Jessica, a Consultant at FMP, applies her expertise in team training, career development, and learning to enhance effectiveness across her client organizations. What led you to join FMP? I joined FMP because of the variety of projects its consultants get to work on and the opportunity to really define and create your own success. The…

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Welcoming New Appointees during the Presidential Transition?

Take Note of these 3 Considerations for Effective Integration As Inauguration Day is quickly approaching, the President-elect is busy selecting the more than 4,000 appointments that need to be filled. With the large influx of individuals into almost every department and agency, it is vital that this process is successful to ensure a smooth transition…

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Learning through Storytelling – Your Most Powerful Teaching Tool

If a learner attends a workshop, and he doesn’t remember a single thing from it, was it worth the time? Anyone, learning professional or otherwise, would likely shout a resounding NO WAY! Learning new information and using it to do something on the job is the essence of workplace learning. So how do we make…

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Designing Employee Recognition that Works

Rewarding and recognizing employees is not a novel idea. In fact, the use of rewards to shape behavior and performance has been documented for hundreds of years.[1] However, in the past 70 years, the purpose of employee rewards and recognition programs has transformed from a mechanism to control employees to a mechanism to motivate and…

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New Year’s Resolutions – 7 Ways to Increase Productivity

With 2017 right around the corner, there is no better time to focus on your career goals for the year ahead. Increasing your productivity in the coming year can not only make you more accomplished at work, but it can also make you more motivated in your career. Check out these seven tips to help…

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Performance Management: What You Need to Know

  For many organizations across the nation, it is that time of year again – time for the annual performance management cycle to close, and another to begin. This provides an ideal opportunity for organizational leadership to reflect upon the effectiveness of their current performance management systems and processes. But, what are these systems and…

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Focusing on the Greater Good

Focusing on the Greater Good With the holidays upon us, many have increased their attention to giving back to those in need. Organizations are no different, and many often participate in charitable giving throughout the year. Volunteer grants, matching gifts, or even organization-wide campaigns are just some of the ways organizations can engage in corporate charitable…

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5 Recognition Ideas that Won’t Break Your Budget!

Employee recognition does not have to cost a fortune to be effective. It doesn’t even have to be monetarily based at all! In fact, research has shown that money, salary level, and cash bonuses may not be an effective means to motivate and satisfy employees.[1] More cost-effective means may actually harness the greatest impact on…

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