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Three High Consequence Training Takeaways from Summer 2015

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  September is the time of year when we all enter “back-to-school” mode. Here at Raytheon Professional Services (RPS), as we prepare for the busy fall season, we’re also thinking about some of lessons learned in the summer months to help us better prepare for what’s ahead. This summer, we experienced some remarkable and unfortunate […]

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Then vs. Now – Training Solutions 50 Years in the Making

High Consequence Training
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© NEIL LEIFER It was fifty years ago that Muhammad Ali shocked the world when he defeated Sonny Liston in one of boxing’s greatest upsets. Looking back at how training techniques have evolved and improved since 1965, we can admire the basic training strategies both men used to get into and stay in high performance […]

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MLearning, Gamification and Performance Analytics: Today’s Training and Development Needs

Workforce Development
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Our takeaways from ATD 2015, MLearnCon and Performance Support Symposium Our team at Raytheon Professional Services (RPS) has been busy traveling over the past few months, frequently attending conferences where we engaged with and learned alongside industry leaders. The latest string of events included ATD’s International Conference and Exposition, MLearnCon and Performance Support Symposium. The […]

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

Global Perspectives
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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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Education Goes Green

Workforce Development
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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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Work Smarter, Not Harder

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The importance of hard work has been carefully taught and rewarded since our school years and ultimately has become ingrained into our collective thinking. But what if everyone – our parents, coaches, teachers and employers – had it only half right? What if the real key to success is not just working harder but smarter? […]

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