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continuous learning at work

Your job is never done: continuous learning at work

E-learning

No matter what your job is now, knowledge is key. You only get better by knowing more, and it’s a never-ending cycle. You just can’t stop learning. Companies know that their best shot at being successful in our over-competitive business world is to have knowledgeable employees. But nobody is born a know-it-all. That’s why Learning and Development departments will have such an important role in always improving employees’ productivity. Continuous learning at work targets everyone in a company, from new hires to top management, and L&D professionals themselves. There’s always room for improvement.

Velfies and bite-sized learning

Velfies and bite-sized learning: a recipe for training success

E-learning, Instructional Designers

Velfies and bite-sized learning: bite-sized learning is cheap, offers just-in-time support, can be accessed on mobile devices, and keeps employees engaged during the learning process; videos are the most engaging type of learning materials. What happens when you combine bite-sized learning, videos, and the familiarity and comfort of selfies? The answer is training velfies.

Equipping your team for the future with personalized learning

Equipping your team for the future with personalized learning

E-learning, Instructional Designers, Managers

Personalized learning in the workplace means that a training program must connect the right employees, with the right learning resources, at the right time. A cloud-based LMS can help you implement a successful customized training program, but you mustn’t rely just on technology for this. Only your team has the power to give a human touch to workplace learning.

marketing courses to employees

Why should you consider marketing courses to employees?

Instructional Designers, Learners, Managers

In a world of constant change, it’s not enough for instructional designers to create engaging business training courses; they also have to focus on marketing their courses to employees. Promoting the benefits employees have by attending and being involved in courses, finding people that could influence the number of attendees and using emails to communicate about training are just three simple marketing strategies instructional designers can use for this purpose.

Millennials + Video = Love

Millennials + Video = Love

E-learning, Learners, Managers

Millennials in the workplace. Love them or hate them, they are here to stay. And you have to adapt your ways of office training if you want to benefit from the sometimes surprising minds of the largest generation today. Because between a cat video and an Instagram post there can be a tutorial on how to create extended reports in SalesForce or any other video related to a tough task everyone else avoids to do. Video learning rocks!

coordinate your company L&D strategy with an LMS

How to coordinate your company L&D strategy with an LMS

E-learning, LMS, Managers

Your company is just like an ecosystem; everything is interconnected. The success of your learning and development company strategy depends not only on instructional designers and their knowledge and ability to create training courses, but also on the coordination between them and your internal departments of HR, IT, Design or Marketing. A learning management system can support this coordination by providing the best tools and by hosting all the knowledge in one centralized place.

training millennials

Simple solutions for training millennials (Part I)

E-learning, Instructional Designers, Managers

Corporate learning is critical for increasing skills, improving the leadership pipeline, and enhancing employee engagement. As millennials transform the workplace we have known for the past decades, it is essential for businesses to assess their current learning environment and strive to build a corporate learning experience that is customized for every employee.

employee performance

6 Ways of boosting employee performance with e-learning

E-learning, Instructional Designers, Managers

Successful online training courses offer a great learning experience and, most importantly, employees have a chance to apply what they learn in their daily tasks. The number one thing that all businesses care about is performance, because well-trained and enthusiastic employees are more productive, which always leads to bigger profits, and who doesn’t want to have a blooming company with happy employees?

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