An LMS is the most important tool that you will use for training. Making sure that you are taking the right choice and then that you are starting off on the right foot should be your first priorities. A successful launch ensures platform adoption, satisfaction, and that the company will be making the most out of this investment.
Training adults should take into account the time factor and identify strategies that work with busy learners. The 5As model that Kimberly Devin explains in her book “Same Training, Half the Time: Delivering Results for Busy Learners” might be a useful tool for training designers.
Trust is the social glue for all relationships, both personal and professional.Needless to say, trust is also essential for learning and development and the trifecta of trust will empower learners and increase the learning outcomes.
Remote team members don’t have access to the same inspiration as in-office employees. However, you can ensure that your staff always have the creative boost they need to accomplish amazing things. Taking advantage of the benefits that remote working has to offer doesn’t have to mean giving up on creativity.
What can companies do to maximize their learning programs and make sure that investing in learning and development is actually money well spent? Turning learning events into learning journeys might be the right solution for both companies and employees.
Even though there are many factors that can negatively affect knowledge transfer, L&D professionals can overcome all of them by employing the right tactics: creatie a safe learning environment, use micro-learning modules and interactive elements, apply spaced repetition and invest in the right training technology.
As teams are becoming more and more globally dispersed, technology becomes the essential glue that connects all members and facilitates communication. The best leader is the one who understands his people and inspires them to be the best they can be, even across continents and time zones.
L&D professionals should embrace digital if they want to be among the first to tackle fundamental training challenges like meeting the needs of the modern learner, keeping trainees engaged with all learning materials, or measuring training effectiveness.
Building a connection culture at the workplace is a key factor to boost employees’ engagement and productivity. Meaningful connection is a superpower for both employees and companies and it should be cultivated by leaders who want to help employees thrive.
LMS innovations come in diverse areas, ranging from user experience design, administrator functions, learning analytics, mobile apps, social functionality, personalized content, built-in authoring tools, gamification, xAPI-enabled integrations or even bulk ecommerce capabilities.