How to Use Wardrobe Color to your Advantage While Delivering Training

By: Langevin Team

  It’s very likely you’ve heard the expression, “You are what you eat.”  But have you ever considered you are what you wear? As a professional trainer, you always want to make the very best first impression on your audience. Being well-dressed, not too flashy, and adhering to the corporate dress code usually does the trick.

How to Build Rapport with Your Learners

By: Marsha Weisleder

  I’m sure many of you have heard the expression, “Without customers there is no business.” It’s no secret that customers are a company’s greatest asset and it costs a lot more to get a new customer than retain a current one. So what does that have to do with us trainers? Well, let’s face […]

7 Tips for Staying Healthy When traveling for Work

By: Beth Brashear

  While traveling to different cities during my first year with Langevin, I gained 15 pounds! In each new city I wanted to taste the cuisine for which they were famous. A whole loaf of sourdough in San Francisco, poutine (fries with gravy and cheese curds) in Toronto, BBQ in Dallas, and so many other […]

Top 5 Items for a Trainer’s Yearly “Check-up”

By: Langevin Team

Photo by: Darko Stojanovic via Pixabay I was just thinking about what trainers should do every year to keep their skills sharp and to keep tabs on how their courses are going—a yearly trainer check-up!

3 Ways to Overcome Technophobia

By: Langevin Team

  Technophobia is defined as the fear or dislike of advanced technology or complex devices, especially computers.Although self-diagnosed, I’m convinced I suffer from technophobia. While I have the ability to learn how to use technological devices, I become anxious at the mere thought of using hi-tech equipment.

10 Signs of Instructor Burnout

By: Steve Flanagan

Training managers, a heavy training schedule with several weeks of classroom instruction in a row can take a toll on an instructor. Combine this with travel and administrative duties and an instructor can be at risk of burning out.   Here are 10 “tell-tale” signs to watch for:

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