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Sean Nabors

Sean, Director of Operations at Reflection Software, has been an eLearning Content Development expert for over twenty years.
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How to Make Employee Training More Effective

Posted by Sean Nabors on Mar 11, 2016 2:57:23 PM

When you invest in employee training, you want to make sure it works. The information conveyed needs to stick, and whatever platform or module you use, it has to be effective. There are several factors that determine whether the learning management system you’re using is going to get the job done.

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Topics: Learning Management System (LMS), training module, employee training, leadership and development

Elevating Your Microlearning with Animation

Posted by Sean Nabors on Mar 8, 2016 11:44:48 AM

How engaging are your training, onboarding and customer service videos?

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Topics: microlearning, employee development, employee training, training and development, animation learning

6 Ways to Prevent Harassment in Your Workplace

Posted by Sean Nabors on Feb 17, 2016 12:24:09 PM

You want your employees to be able to work in a comfortable, non-threatening environment. But whether through deliberate malice or ignorance, employees who harass others can quickly make a once-welcoming workplace feel threatening and even dangerous, as well as put the organization at legal risk.

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Topics: Preventing Harassment

No Place for Harassment

Posted by Sean Nabors on Jun 25, 2015 3:30:00 PM

Anti-Harassment: Preventing discrimination is vital for today’s diverse workplaces.

Harassment and discrimination in the workplace is a complex issue for organizations to manage effectively.

“We have gone from punishing behavior that is objectively wrong to that which is subjectively offensive,” according to women’s business issues writer Elizabeth Larson. 

As such, cases of harassment and discrimination suits have become increasingly common, and high-profile and expensive lawsuits have been filed against private companies, non-profit organizations, and the government alike. Though many businesses would like to think they are immune from the possibility of being sued for inappropriate conduct, harassment can affect anyone. And we are all responsible for acknowledging and preventing harassment and discrimination in the workplace.

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Topics: Learning Management System (LMS), eLearning, Preventing Harassment