Friday, December 30, 2011

Corexcel's Top 5 Blog Posts of 2011!

In case you missed it, here are our top 5 blog posts of 2011!

Check out our blog: to catch up on ALL of our previous blog posts.

Here's to another year of professional training, employee assessments & continuing education! 

Who's Afraid of the Big, Bad Boss?
Have you ever heard of the saying, "You don't quit your job; you quit your boss"? It's certainly true. Bad management can cause employees to feel under-appreciated, frustrated and stressed out, leaving them uninterested in their work and looking for a way out. Our 2-part blog series provides tips on improving your management skills & how to deal with a bad manager! Continue Reading...


DiSC Profiles Minimize Conflict & Maximize Productivity
This blog series paints the picture of a dysfunctional group and a frustrated manager who is at his wits-end. Each of our blog posts highlights the DiSC styles in order to help you relate more effectively to the D, i, S and C's in your group. Continue Reading...


The Training Matchmaker
When planning training for a group, take the time to define what you want your learners to know or to do when they have completed the training, keeping your budget in mind. This will help you choose the most effective type of training for your learners and for the organization as a whole. This post will help get you started on choosing the right type of training for you, your staff and your budget! Continue Reading...


"Be honest with me!" - The Importance of Evaluation & Feedback
We're constantly faced with the question, "How did I do?" Many poor managers are often afraid to address employees' weaknesses and provide false praise while others can be overly critical and fail to recognize the positive aspects of an employee's performance. Learn more about the consequences of providing inaccurate or no feedback and how to provide effective performance reviews. Continue Reading...


STOP! Ask Yourself These 6 Questions Before Choosing an Assessment
Before you select an assessment for your upcoming training program, make sure you assess the needs of your organization, your employees and your budget. Answering these questions will give you more direction so you can choose the best assessment for your group, AND get the most out of your budget! Continue Reading...
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