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L&D leaders

The posts in this category cover subjects L&D managers and other decision makers involved in business training might find useful or at least interesting.

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Top 4 challenges of training a hybrid team

L&D leaders

As almost 60 percent of U.S. employees prefer to work remotely, adapting to hybrid training is a must. So let’s delve into some of the most common challenges of training a hybrid team and see how instructors can overcome them.

The 3 keys to successful remote training
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The 3 keys to successful remote training

L&D leaders

Remote work training is becoming increasingly important as more and more people are embracing the remote learning culture. The three keys to successful remote learning help managers and trainers create a plan to support the remote workforce effectively.

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Does your L&D team need a project management tool?

L&D leaders

Project management is essential for L&D as mastering it means better results and helping the organization achieve its goals. Let’s have a discussion about project management platforms and what they can do for learning professionals:

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3 Essential elements for collaborative innovation

L&D leaders

It’s not either/or when it comes to collaboration and innovation, as they are both indispensable. However, what do we do when collaboration doesn’t contribute to innovation? Here are the three most important elements for collaborative innovation:

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Why managers should be actively involved in training

L&D leaders

A major part of a manager’s role is to support the team in setting meaningful and achievable learning and development goals. It’s no wonder that involving managers in training fosters a learning culture, among many other benefits:

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Trust: the superglue your organization needs

L&D leaders

Employee loyalty is highly valued, especially with the staffing shortage happening everywhere. Therefore, it’s important to build trust, and you can only achieve that by being transparent, caring, creating a sense of unity, and showing respect to your employees.

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