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4 Things that will redefine work by 2025
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4 Things that will redefine work by 2025

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According to the WEF, the way we work will be redefined by 2025. This is not surprising, giving the accelerated pace of the changes we are facing in our daily lives. Let’s see what major trends are shaping up the work landscape, and how technology will help us adapt, especially if we work in the L&D industry.

How learning technologies help improve employee productivity
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How learning technologies help improve employee productivity

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Learning technologies contribute to increased employee engagement, support effective communication, and are a central tool to a continuous learning culture — all of which have a tremendous impact on employee productivity.

Why companies should build career development programs
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Why companies should build career development programs

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A positive career climate is always beneficial to nurturing an engaged, loyal, and satisfied workforce. Offering career development programs as part of the benefits package shows the company’s dedication to its workers and solidifies its reputation as a sought-after employer.

What you need to know about intercultural communication
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What you need to know about intercultural communication

HR

“Multiculturalism in today’s organizations comes with many opportunities for development and improving the bottom line. It also brings some challenges that need to be tackled properly, by openly acknowledging differences and finding ways to bridge them positively and inclusively.

Showing appreciation for employees during and after Covid-19
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Showing appreciation for employees during and after Covid-19

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A little appreciation can go a long way. By keeping your employees motivated, and recognizing what they do every day, you can create a positive environment, whether in-person or remote. This will result in happy employees who are productive and excited about showing up and doing the work each day.

No Silo Rule boosts organizational innovation
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How the No Silo Rule boosts organizational innovation

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Innovation is not something you can stop doing; it has to be an ongoing mindset. A silo mentality is not good for business. Let’s see what organizational silos are and how we can overcome them, break the barriers and boost innovation!

skills remote employees need to develop
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8 Practical skills remote employees need to develop right now

HR

Taking a break from the office doesn’t mean taking a break from skill-building. L&D professionals must understand the needs of various workers, identify the competencies needed to be successful, and design training programs that support the development of the required skills.

Best practices to onboard remote employees
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7 Best practices to onboard remote employees in 2020

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As more companies shift to remote work in the wake of the coronavirus, one challenge is onboarding remote employees. Fortunately, technology makes it easy to welcome new hires. Here we’ll look at best practices to onboard remote employees.

soft skills to support when training a remote workforce
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Top 3 soft skills to support when training a remote workforce

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While technology does wonders for efficiency and better productivity, it also takes a toll on our mental state by being rather stressful. In order for teams to continue to function well as units, organizations must turn their attention to supporting three crucial soft skills: empathy, constant feedback, and adaptability.

L&D professionals can avoid Zoom fatigue
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Top 5 ways L&D professionals can avoid Zoom fatigue

HR

As an L&D professional, your day is spent talking to employees. With conferences and industry events on hold, you’re probably exhausted from multiple Zoom calls per day. Here’s how you can reduce Zoom fatigue and regain your energy

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