While an LMS is an excellent tool for online training, these platforms also have many other use cases that companies could benefit from. Let’s have a look at some of the LMS functionalities that companies could successfully use for employee marketing:
Being social, working together, sharing ideas, and asking for feedback are relevant aspects of the learning process. Setting up online learning communities and cultivating a positive attitude within these communities is paramount in ensuring optimal L&D results.
With a competitive environment and a global staff shortage, companies need to attract and retain top talent. The right platform can improve both the productivity and results of the HR team. Here are some perks of implementing AI in HR:
Mental Health America (MHA) released its Mind the Workplace 2021 Report offering priceless insights into challenges that individuals and companies have recently faced. It’s high time organizations start a well-organized effort of acknowledging and alleviating the factors that have such a detrimental effect on employee wellbeing.
Whether we are talking about traditional classroom training or e-learning, the need for inclusivity is more stringent than ever. Instructional designers have to make a conscious effort to produce genuinely inclusive training material and be aware of the barriers they may face.
Organizations need to look into the future and start planning for it. This entails a change of optics when it comes to career development. The sooner the transformation process starts, the better the results will be.
Career building is no longer linear. Most of the time, it’s not even predictable. However, developing agility, thinking outside the box, and not being afraid to look for opportunities and seize them are tried and tested ingredients for success.
If your L&D department has to hire someone with little to no professional experience as an instructional designer, see the opportunity as it is: if the new employee has the right potential, and get the support they need from a mentor, they can become just the missing piece of the puzzle in your team.
One of the greatest challenges for instructional designers and learning specialists is ensuring high rates of learner engagement, especially in the online learning environment. Here are some tips for making sure that your business LMS supports learner engagement:
Employee engagement is, for a lot of companies, some sort of HR unicorn. Assuming that the salary base and working conditions are what they should be, showing people that they are important, empowered, and heard is the optimal recipe for engagement.
Educational videos are very different from popular entertainment and need to be treated as such. Shorter videos seem to be a lot more successful. Instructional designers can’t ignore this reality if they want the full benefits of video content.