Training evaluation strategy diagram

Training evaluation strategy: 5 reasons why you should have one

Poll Everywhere welcomes Richard Eason from evaluationfocus.com as the guest author of this post. Having a training evaluation strategy is really important. It should provide the big picture of how you intend to approach the evaluation of training across your business. The following are five reasons why I think you should have one. 1. Your… continue reading »

Employee training for retention and employee engagement

Train to retain: 7 tips for better employee training

Poll Everywhere welcomes Heather R. Huhman from blogging4jobs.com as the guest author of this post. Your employees are your company’s best assets. Regardless of your industry, products, or services, your company is unlikely to reach its full potential without a staff of talented workers at the helm. But once you’ve snagged the top talent in the industry, how… continue reading »

Is an anonymous poll really anonymous?

Ask an engineer: How anonymous is an anonymous poll?

An interview with Poll Everywhere’s most security-focused engineer, who, coincidentally, prefers to remain anonymous… Question: So the presenter puts up a poll. The instructions read, “Answers to this poll are anonymous.” Problem is I’m registered as a participant on his account. Does it really keep my response anonymous even if I’m registered? Anonymous Engineer: That’s the… continue reading »

3 ways employees benefit from tech at training events

Half of all employees are introverts That might explain a number of the voices missing in training discussions. But there are also the trainees who don’t understand, who are afraid to risk embarrassment by voicing a new thought, or who don’t want to broadcast to their coworkers (much less management) that they’re struggling. Now that… continue reading »