ej4 Takes on Negative Feedback at Work
Performance improvement company, ej4, releases new “Teachable Moments” video with a funny take on addressing negative feedback in the workplace.
St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) May 30, 2013
This week, ej4, LLC, a leading e-learning and knowledge sharing platform provider released a new episode of their popular Teachable Moments with Rick Michael. ej4 uses short, often humorous, videos to address common workplace performance and compliance issues.
This episode discusses how employees often internalize internal feedback and perceive the information as a character flaw. A recent study showed that 46 percent of newly hired employees fail within 18 months, and 26 percent of those who failed, couldn't accept feedback.
“Teachable Moments” is ej4's playful way to cover important issues. Previous episodes have covered topics from keeping your sales team on task to getting more done at work.
ej4's Chief Marketing Officer, Rick Michael, says, “Our goal is to help companies tell their story, communicate a message, and to teach skills. We've found that humor is often the best way to do all of those things.”
As a performance improvement company, ej4 looks to solve workplace problems with real world solutions. And video has been the ideal platform for the delivery of training tools that specifically address those problems. Making the learning object short, timely, and relatable increases the engagement level and chance that employees will want to utilize courses.
About ej4, LLC
Simply stated, ej4 is performance improvement that works. As one of the largest e-learning and performance improvement consultant services organizations in the nation, ej4's performance improvement solutions include off-the-shelf e-learning, custom e-learning, book summaries, webinar services, consulting, and innovative social learning platform. ej4 was chosen by e-learning! Magazine readers as their choice for “best sales training” 2012. ej4 was founded in 2003, with offices in St. Louis, MO and Overland Park, KS. Visit our e-learning blog for performance improvement tools and how-tos.
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