Having a tool does not automatically equal getting the desired results; and that is true no matter if we’re talking about a hammer or an LMS. What matters most is how people use that tool. So here are four things that an LMS alone can’t do, but it can prove to be of great assistance to those who can:
Leadership development is crucial to business success. Focusing only on that while ignoring leadership succession pipelines, can only lead to dissatisfied high potential employees thickening turnover rates, while senior leaders get frustrated by not being allowed to be mentors and showcase their rich experience.
We should prepare for the next decade of innovation and for the major trends that it will bring. As L&D professionals, we should also prepare others for the coming changes. After all, this is what the learning and development industry is all about: constant learning and lifelong education.
Impact mapping is a powerful tool that learning specialists can employ to get all the stakeholders involved and accountable, and create effective training programs for their organizations. So, here are some questions — and their answers — about creating very effective impact maps for the L&D initiatives in your company:
While impact mapping is in no While impact mapping is in no way revolutionizing the way organizations approach learning in relation to business outcomes, it offers a highly useful framework that establishes a clear and straightforward line of sight from training intervention to their desired end result.
Promoting a digital training program internally can be challenging. It takes a joint marketing effort from several departments to make that happen but once it catches wind, it’s all smooth sailing.
Training and development have something in common with care work: the willingness to help others in an empathetic manner. This is why the ALOHA model might be a useful instrument for educators and trainers, especially in this context, when social distancing is the norm. ALOHA to all trainers and educators out there!
Any company can benefit tremendously from automating its training activities and making them more scalable in an efficient way. By mastering automation, instructors can easily make training programs run smoother, but also more personalized and dynamic.
Reboarding employees will be a big, bittersweet process. Getting over a crisis and finding ways to move forward is never easy, but it can be the launching pad for a new journey with the right mindset and preparation.
AI is not only here to stay; it is here to change the way we do most things. When it comes to corporate LMS, AI is not a commodity, but a necessity, as modern learner demands can only be met by employing it.
Having employee training programs is beneficial for both your business and your employees, but it might not have the ideal results you’re expecting. In this article, I will focus more on the human side of the issues and offer some collaboration tips to engage your employees more in your training programs.