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True/False QuestionsTake a closer look at your True/False questions and create better assessments!
Multiple Group Role PlaysDivide participants into sub-groups and conduct exercises simultaneously! Learn how!
Happy TrailsIf your session was truly participative and experiential, then end it the same way! Learn how!
Blend Your TrainingMake your facilitation-led training experiential, and your self-instruction captivating. Blend the two smoothly!
Training ReviewNow is a good time to review your financial institution’s overall training program.
Digital Game-Based LearningMix the engagement of games along with the content of business education!
Mature Learning ManagementAdopt a different learning approach for mature trainees.
That Extra Little SomethingDid you ever go to a financial institution that made you feel good?
Improve Your Teller TrainingBuild upon areas that have proven themselves over time.
Difficult ParticipantsLearn the proper ways to identify, minimize, manage, and help difficult participants in a group setting.
Give Feedback to Your TellersUse the CARE method!
Help Tellers SucceedMake the learning process as easy and enjoyable as possible with these Top Ten Ways!
Rating Your Teller TrainingAs Trainers, we must do the same for our customers, our trainees.
Continuous TrainingHere are some ideas about training that can help you, your institution, and your staff to excel!
Learning ContractsLearn how you can use a "contract" with your trainees to help manage mutual expectations.
It Ain’t Over ’Til Its Over:The end of any training program should not be the end of the educational experience. Make it last!
Branch MentorsLearn about Branch Mentors and how they help to reduce costs!
Online Training – Watch the QuicksandReady for online training? Make sure the online training you choose meets this criteria!
Questioning TechniqueAsk employees to quantify their skills by ranking themselves!
Multiple Choice QuestionsTake a closer look at your Multiple Choice questions and create better assessments!