The posts in this category address various subjects related to e-learning and its role in delivering successful training programs within organizations of all types and sizes.
Self-directed learning is great, but it won’t happen without adequate support. Companies need to build an entire support infrastructure for employees who engage in self-directed learning. Let’s explore a few tips and tricks!
Progress in the DEI (Diversity, Equity and Inclusion) area is still very slow, although diverse companies often outperform less diverse ones. Here are a few ideas for incorporating DEI in talent development.
As humans, we have an enormous capacity for resilience and the possibility to build it over time. Resilience is more about how you recharge and get back into shape (mentally) after trying times, not just how much you can endure. Here are five tips for building your resilience and live life after the pandemic:
To drive up digital learning engagement, L&D specialists need to understand that it is very different from traditional corporate learning and act accordingly. Here are a few ideas about how to boost learner engagement in digital training:
L&D teams now face the challenge of providing quality learning opportunities, tailored to the requirements of our ‘new normal’. Video learning presents itself as a viable choice for delivering much-needed training. So let’s explore five guidelines on how to design video-based training:
Videos are an essential tool for your e-learning courses. When used properly, they can motivate people to personally engage with their learning like no other type of content can. If you want to drive engagement and learning up, then be sure to make videos a central part of your online L&D curriculum.
As more and more training is going online, it must be engaging so that it upskills employees and ensures professional development at the same level as face-to-face training. A great e-learning strategy aids personal development and helps your team and organization move forward.
Companies need to implement an effective training plan to facilitate continuous learning and development for their employees, remote or not. Providing a flexible working environment and implementing online training are two very efficient ways to meet the needs of today’s employees and set them up on the way to success.
Chatbots provide quick and easy access to information and are often a lot cheaper and faster than having trainers ready to step in whenever e-learning users require. Since chatbots are automated solutions, they can be useful to a large number of learners at the same time.