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Member Benefit

A Leg Up

Employees who are new to an industry require special attention. Here’s how to design training and development opportunities that give them just that.


Wed Jul 08 2015


As talent development professionals, we are tasked with helping employees successfully transition into new roles. In developing training programs for members of associations in the fields of business and trade, healthcare, science, and technology, SmithBucklin’s education and learning services team has found that comprehensive introductory classes consistently attract the most learners every time they are offered. Furthermore, the most popular introductory classes are the ones that appeal to diverse audiences and help new employees establish connections with their colleagues.

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