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Training is an ongoing need in every company and it’s a major responsibility! An effective training program is responsible for avoiding staggering expenses and injured workers, while also motivating and training your workforce to be the best in the industry - and that will have positive effects on every department in your company. For a limited time, you can get help developing a successful program with this FREE report, 7 Strategies for Effective Training!

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Do You Train Leaders on These 5 Leadership Skills?

"In today’s Advisor, we hear from guest columnist Elizabeth Dukes, from, in an article that first appeared on She writes about “the 10 things HR managers must do to rise as leaders,” but her tips are true for anyone who wants to be a better leader."

Anyone can go to school to learn their profession. But being a leader is a learned skill that can be gained only in the field. Through an accumulation of experiences and a deep understanding of the knowledge gained about their organization and teammates, workplace leaders can make multiple decisions at a moment’s notice. These decisions come automatically, unconsciously, and fearlessly, often relying on the leader’s “gut instinct.” Over the course of their career, true leaders have mastered the art of pattern predicting, overcoming hardships, and finding the best solution under high-pressure situations.


Train Workers on What to Do in Weather Emergencies

"In yesterday's Advisor, we gave emergency training information in case of earthquakes. Today, we provide more general weather emergency training material, plus we explore a dynamic online training resource full of interactive, ready-to-use courses on more than 100 key safety topics."

Weather emergencies and other natural disasters can strike any workplace, often with little warning. If you and your employees are not adequately prepared for these events, the potential for a catastrophe is heightened. On the other hand, when you’ve anticipated emergency needs and prepared your employees to deal effectively with the most difficult situations, the chances are excellent that you can prevent injuries and minimize property damage.


Do You Train Workers Not to Shake When the Earth Quakes?

"You might associate earthquakes only with Pacific coast areas but, according to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), all 50 states, 5 U.S. territories, and Washington, D.C., are at some risk for earthquakes. It makes good sense, then, to train employees on what to do when the earth quakes in the workplace."

Because earthquakes can occur at any time of year and happen suddenly, without much if any time for advance preparation, having and practicing a plan is key to helping your workers stay safe. To raise awareness, OSHA has launched a new Earthquake Preparedness and Response page.


FAQ on Hands-Only CPR

"In today’s Advisor, the American Heart Association (AHA) answers your most frequently asked questions about the 'Hands Only' procedure and how it affects first-aid training."

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Q: What is Hands-Only CPR?
A: “Hands-Only CPR” is cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) without mouth-to-mouth breaths. It is recommended for use by people who see an adult suddenly collapse in the “out-of-hospital” setting. It consists of two steps:


Train New Leaders to Use These 7 Strategies

"In yesterday’s Advisor, we went over the 7 enemies of success for new leaders. Today, we present 7 strategies for success for new leaders, and we explore a comprehensive leadership library of online interactive courses, prewritten and ready to use in your leadership training program."

“There’s a lot of onboarding going on and not so much extensive assimilation coaching,” says Diane Egbers, president of Leadership Excelleration, Inc., (LEI Consulting) ( She is also a coauthor of The Ascending Leader: Conquer the Seven Enemies of Success—A Strategic Guide for the Newly Promoted (Smart Business Network, 2013).