Training with Eaze

Welcome to Training with Eaze, a blog designed to assist you in creating amazing online training programs. If you’ve never set up an online training program, want tips on providing better training, or perhaps training is not your full-time job but one of many other tasks you handle, this blog is here to help you.

5 Tips for Recording Audio for Online Employee Training in PowerPoint

Posted by Coleen Gowen on Feb 13, 2019 1:15:00 PM

Online training is a great way to coach and teach employees the knowledge and skills they need to do their job and support your business. But you need to make the training modules interesting and entertaining to capture associates’ attention and help them remember what they hear. Follow these simple tips to help you record audio for online training modules.

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Topics: How To, eLearning

How to Make Employee Training Less Boring, More Interesting Using PowerPoint

Posted by Coleen Gowen on Jan 23, 2019 2:42:56 PM

A common complaint about employee training is that it’s boring and irrelevant. Research shows that employees are strongly interested in coaching and training, but they want the information to be short, appealing and fit their job. Review the following tips to improve employee training for your small business.

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How to Enhance Your Online Training With the Right Photos

Posted by Coleen Gowen on Jan 8, 2019 11:01:00 AM

Small businesses are discovering the benefit of online training software for employee training. The right software can make it easy to create modules to coach employees and teach them important information and skills they need to do their jobs and help the business reach its goals. Designing modules with a mix of color, interesting text, graphs, videos, and audio can make the training material interesting. But incorporating the right photos into modules can make content memorable. Consider eight tips for choosing the right photos.

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8 Tips for Success for Accidental Trainers

Posted by Coleen Gowen on Nov 20, 2018 3:47:29 PM

Small business employees who work well with others often are tasked with the job of employee training. While they are willing to help out, they may be unsure about the best ways to connect with employees and how to teach and train workers effectively. The good news is that accidental trainers don’t need to be professional teachers. Here are eight tips for success.

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Topics: Benefits of Online Training, How To, eLearning

How to Use Microlearning to Teach Employees Your Business, Mission, Brand, and Products

Posted by Coleen Gowen on Nov 7, 2018 11:30:00 AM

Employees want continuous learning experiences, but a Microsoft Corp. study found that people generally lose concentration after eight seconds. So how can you capture employees’ attention to teach them about your mission, brand, and products? Training experts say the solution is to use microlearning online training.

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Topics: Microlearning, Benefits of Online Training, How To

How to Engage Employees With Online Training

Posted by Coleen Gowen on Oct 23, 2018 2:29:14 PM

Do you consider employee training important to your business success? Or, is it something that you continually put off doing?

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Topics: eLearning, Benefits of Online Training, How To

6 Ways Small Businesses Can Train Employees On a Limited Budget

Posted by Coleen Gowen on Aug 29, 2018 1:30:00 PM

“Well-trained employees are happy, engaged, productive — and they will eat, sleep, and breathe your company if you ask them to.” ~ Inc. magazine

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7 Tips for Developing an Employee Training Plan

Posted by Coleen Gowen on Jun 7, 2018 3:57:59 PM

When you want to visit a new location, do you get in your vehicle and automatically drive to it? Probably not. Most people use a map or a GPS system to ensure they arrive at their intended destination with minimal problems.

This same analogy applies to employee training programs. Many employers train new employees or educate workers from memory or notes they’ve jotted down. Often this training is incomplete. When employees make mistakes, the business owner or manager must take time to correct the problem and provide new information to employees.

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