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Chemical detectors and sensors design via molecular simulation

Detection or sensing of various compounds is a key technology for the industrial, manufacturing, business and virtually any sector one can imagine. In order to improve safety and efficiency of processes whether these are the manufacturing of plastic cups or the indoors living of a family, one has to...

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Budgeting For Training

With the thought of taking from your operating budget to spend on staff training initiatives, it’s understandable if you consider employee development an expense. Yet because the benefits of training are so numerous, it’s much more beneficial to consider training as an investment in human resources. The right staff training...

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A Step By Step Approach to Determine Your Return on Training Investment

Organizations typically focus on measures of attendance, completion, and trainee satisfaction to determine the success of training initiatives. The problem is that these metrics fail to help the business understand if the training delivered the business impact that the training was intended to achieve. How do you determine if...

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How To Become More Social? 6 Tips Create Change Of Your Lifestyle

How to become more social? This is one topic that people don’t take care so much but it very important with life of each people. If people have lack of social they will hard to balance of life... How to become more social? This is one topic that people don’t take...

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Using Social Media as a Training Resource

While everyone appreciates the positive impact and value that training has on the successful growth and development of both employees and organizations, there continues to be a struggle in terms of time and cost to translate this knowledge into an efficient and practical reality. Most small businesses are simply...

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Motivating your employees to learn is easier when you understand how their brains work. The new training package you purchased from a trusted vendor has all the bells and whistles—a cutting-edge, immersive simulation; e-learning modules; and even live, in person classes. And yet six months later, your assessments reveal that...

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Mind Your Language

Instead of filling people up with knowledge, we need to talk about activating new behaviors—a participant-centered approach. American linguist Edward Sapir wrote in 1929 that we are “at the mercy of language”—from Eskimos’ multifarious words for snow to the way Hopi speakers conceptualize time, our words influence thoughts and behavior....

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Assessing Staff Training Needs

As your business evolves and grows, your employees need to keep pace with new developments. Evaluating whether your business needs training or not is the first step. Once you’ve identified gaps in the skills your employees need and those they currently have, you’ll be in a better position to...

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In-depth Training: Educating Staff leads to Award

Ian Powell with the Laurel Point Inn’s students And having recently undergone a major re-branding process, the award affirms that the Laurel Point’s overhaul was more than just ‘skin deep.’ “We’re blessed with a gem of a property in a stunning location,” says General Manager Ian Powell. “Now it’s a...

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Employee Training is Worth the Investment

Staff training is essential for specific purposes related to your business. You may require new workers to undertake instruction in first aid, food handling or a new booking system. Incorporating training that develops employees toward long-term career goals can also promote greater job satisfaction. A more satisfied employee is...

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Manager Training Positive Step Toward Better Employee Mental Health

Everyone knows that a good diet and regular exercise are key to better physical health — but knowing what you should do and actually doing it don’t always coincide. It’s a similar story with mental health promotion. Although organizations have long heard about the benefits of training front-line managers on...

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Definition of Virtual Tours

National Museum of National History Virtual Tour: I have choose this day Deep Ocean from National museum as an example of a different type of virtual Tour. The Link is : http://www.mnh.si.edu/vtp/2-mobile/031.html My article will be about Definition of Virtual Tour By Daniel Ketchum, If you have ever gone to a website and clicked...

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Managing Student Talking

It used to be that when students were learning in the classroom, silence reigned. Children were expected to sit still, sit silently, and do their work independently. With the onset of collaborative learning groups and hands-on learning activities, the lines of when students can and cannot talk have become...

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5 Times You Should Show, Not Tell at Work

A picture may be worth a thousand words, but the majority of businesses are buried in text. Outside of marketing teams and graphic designers, most people in the office still communicate via text-centric emails and documents, with the occasional emoticon. Yet as the sheer volume and complexity of business...

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Essential Tips for Managing Employees Who Don’t Aspire to Be Leaders

Heather R. Huhman For some employees, working toward a promotion or leadership position is a natural transition in their careers. Yet some individuals just aren’t interested in climbing the corporate ladder. According to a new CareerBuilder survey, only one-third of the American workers surveyed aspire to become leaders. Additionally, only 7...

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Is there life after grammar?

Scott Thornbury “A language is acquired through practice; it is merely perfected through grammar”. Leibniz Grammar rules The following comment appeared in a trainee’s diary on the first day of a CTEFLA course at our centre in Spain. It was written in response to the question “What are your expectations of this...

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Identifying High-Potential Talent

Talent development professionals recently reported an increase in demand for high-potential employees, according to a recent survey conducted by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Kenan-Flagler Business School. But, almost half (47%) state that the current pool of high-potential talent does not meet the anticipated future need. The...

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Need Training to Improve your Business English? Our Top 10 Articles

How’s everything going at work with your English skills? Do you sometimes feel like you need training to improve your Business English? Well, you are in luck! Today we have an awesome collection of some of our most popular and helpful articles about English in the American workplace for international professionals like...

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What Happens When Startup Advisors Advise the Whole Team

One of the things that has fascinated me most about ancient Greece and Rome has always been the idea of oracles. If you’ve seen the movie 300, you might remember the scene in which Leonidas has to consult the oracle, which will decide whether the Spartans will go to battle...

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How to Make Gamification Fun for Everyone at Work

Become A Better Leader Gamification is now a familiar – and proven – approach to enhance sales effectiveness. But that doesn’t mean gamification is only for sales. At its core, gamification is a data-driven motivation strategy you can use to improve the performance of your organization across the board. That...

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Mobile Social Media

Mobile social media refers to the combination of mobile devices and social media. This is a group of mobile marketing applications that allow the creation and exchange of user-generated content. Because mobile social media runs on mobile devices, they differ from traditional social media by incorporating new factors such as...

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pocket doctors: Patient-centred health tech

By Pippa Stephens By using models of the body, surgeons can test out potential treatments and see how effective they are What if talking to your GP was as easy as ordering a cab on your smartphone? The cost of medical care, waiting times and disparity in healthcare provision is a source...

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How big companies can innovate

Who says innovation is only for start-ups? In these interviews, the heads of three large, established companies—Intuit, Idea lab, and Autodesk—argue there’s no reason big players can’t develop the next big thing. It’s almost conventional wisdom that innovation springs from developers and entrepreneurs based in start-up hubs such as Silicon...

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The Internet of Things: Sizing up the opportunity

This connectivity trend is now recognized as a source of growth for semiconductor players and their customers. Here we consider the opportunities and constraints for components manufacturers. The semiconductor industry has been able to weather the fallout from the global financial crisis and realize several years of healthy growth—in part...

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Disruptive technologies: Advances that will transform life, business, and the global economy

By James Manyika, Michael Chui, Jacques Bughin, Richard Dobbs, Peter Bisson, and Alex Marrs The relentless parade of new technologies is unfolding on many fronts. Almost every advance is billed as a breakthrough, and the list of “next big things” grows ever longer. Not every emerging technology will alter the...

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