Becoming a Better Leader and Developing Effective Trainers

by RPS October 24, 2014 Friday 5

Each Friday, RPS highlights five popular news stories from the world of training professionals. Visit our blog each week to see which stories were trending amongst your industry peers. Training Industry Developing Effective Innovation Trainers by Lisa Bodell Exceptional innovation trainers can propel an organization toward breakthrough innovations. They teach teams how to culture-shift, push […]

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Training for Business Growth: Highlights from the UK Raytheon Symposium 2014

by RPS October 23, 2014 Global Perspectives

How do you train for business growth? At our Raytheon Professional Services Symposium in London, UK earlier this month, executives came together to explore modern, knowledge-leading training solutions. We welcomed delegates from international organizations, including Rolls Royce, Shell, Virgin Media and RBS. Their expertise across a range of industries provided a unique opportunity to gain […]

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Training Around the Globe: RPS Is On the Road Again

by RPS October 17, 2014 Global Perspectives

October is conference season at Raytheon Professional Services (RPS). From the CLO Symposium last week to the Raytheon Learning Symposium 2014 earlier this week in London, U.K. to the Uptech: Upstream Oil & Gas Summit in Austin next week, our team is out talking with and engaging with leaders in learning and development. We plan […]

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Upholding Mentoring Momentum

by RPS October 17, 2014 Friday 5

Each Friday, RPS highlights five popular news stories from the world of training professionals. Visit our blog each week to see which stories were trending amongst your industry peers. Chief Learning Officer With Leadership Development for All by Justin Wasserman Any organization that has successfully surmounted the start-up stage is optimized for efficiency rather than […]

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RPS Wins ‘Learning in Practice’ Awards from Chief Learning Officer Magazine

by RPS October 10, 2014 Training

Earlier this week Raytheon Professional Services was awarded two ‘Learning in Practice’ awards, for ‘Excellence in E-Learning’ and ‘Blended Technology,’ at the Chief Learning Officer Fall 2014 Symposium in California. It was quite an exciting night, as our customer NCR Corp, a consumer transaction technologies company, also won a ‘Learning in Practice’ award in the […]

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Tips to Improve Employee Skills and Retain Talent

by RPS October 10, 2014 Friday 5

Each Friday, RPS highlights five popular news stories from the world of training professionals. Visit our blog each week to see which stories were trending amongst your industry peers. Chief Learning Officer Don’t Get Derailed By Change by Nicholas Phillips Today, new technologies seem to emerge at an ever-increasing pace, and out-of-the box thinking has become […]

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Preparing Employees for Working Remotely

by RPS October 3, 2014 Friday 5

Each Friday, RPS highlights five popular news stories from the world of training professionals. Visit our blog each week to see which stories were trending amongst your industry peers. Chief Learning Officer Don’t Get Derailed By Change by Nicholas Phillips Today, new technologies seem to emerge at an ever-increasing pace, and out-of-the box thinking has […]

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Next Generation Learning

by Manuel Galadi October 2, 2014 Training

Mobile Learning, the Cloud and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Create New Landscape The proliferation of mobile devices and the exponential growth of information in the cloud are changing the behavior and learning habits of today’s workforce and students. Most schools and universities have already started ambitious programs to shape what is commonly called ‘next […]

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Coaching Employees That Don’t Want Help

by RPS September 26, 2014 Friday 5

Each Friday, RPS highlights five popular news stories from the world of training professionals. Visit our blog each week to see which stories were trending amongst your industry peers. Harvard Business Review Coaching an Employee Who Doesn’t Want Help by Amy Gallo Is there someone on your team who you’d like to coach, but resists […]

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Education Goes Green

by Rachael Bourque September 25, 2014 Observations from the Road

Last month, the first “Net-Zero” elementary school in the US opened its doors. Along with a public school education, the children at this elementary school will learn to reduce their carbon footprint by essentially generating as much energy as they consume, creating a “net-zero” effect on the environment. As a learning professional, this announcement has […]

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