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3 Ways Banks Can Ramp Up New Advisors

The banking industry is in flux. As one of many sectors disrupted by new technology, banks face changing business models, security threats, new competitors, and regulatory pressures. The good news is that retail and commercial banks can harness this disruptive technology to thrive in a new environment. See our learning and readiness platform in action at the BISA Technology Innovation Lab, Great Hall Foyer, Thursday, March 5 at 11:15-11:25 AM Competing for Customers and Employees Digital has changed the way we bank and the way we work, shop, play, and more. Two... Continue Reading

To Retain New Hires, Make Sure You Meet With Them in Their First Week

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This article originally appeared on Authors: Dawn Klinghoffer, Candice Young and Xue Liu Dawn Klinghoffer is the general manager of the human resources business insights at Microsoft. Candice Young is a senior data analyst at Microsoft. Xue Liu is a senior data scientist at Microsoft. First impressions in the workplace really matter — and not just to the employer. New employees can begin to formulate impressions about organizations from the get-go, influencing their decision to stay with the company in the long term. Poor experiences can lead to preventable turnover, the... Continue Reading

5 Ways Modern Learning Platforms Boost Onboarding Effectiveness

This blog is written by Heather Yu, a member of Allego’s award-winning Customer Success team. If you’ve ever organized a classroom-based onboarding session for new hires, then you have something in common with the director of a play: You know what it’s like to pour a lot of time, energy and money into a “live” production that may go over well one day, but fall flat the next – a show that pleases one audience, but puts another to sleep. It’s for these reasons (and more) that many sales enablement teams are now integrating... Continue Reading

Abbott Laboratories Drives Higher Engagement using Allego

As the old saying goes, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” There’s no denying that this makes sense at times, but some things don’t look broken until after they’re fixed. This is a story with which Travis Hecker, Senior Manager of Global Sales Training at Abbott Laboratories, Chronic Pain Therapy Division, is very familiar. Fighting the ‘Sunk Cost Fallacy’ “We’re really good at basic onboarding and other course-driven learning, but then we trail off,” said Hecker at the recent LTEN webinar, Using Modern Sales Learning Tools to Maintain a Competitive Edge: Insights... Continue Reading