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.

habits of master virtual trainers

The 5 habits of master virtual trainers


Master virtual trainers are not born, they become very good at what they are doing because they work on their skills, try to improve and show empathy. Self-improvement, preparation, and engaging attendees are essential for trainers who want to help their learners thrive.

Learning approaches for Generation Z

Training 20-somethings: Learning approaches for Generation Z


Generation Z is a recent challenge for employees, trainers and facilitators, as their values are quite different from those of the previous cohorts. Gen Z is not worse, nor better than its predecessors; it’s just different. Find out what makes them tick and help them thrive!

tips for small businesses on upskilling

Top tips for small businesses on upskilling their workforce


Creating a culture of learning for small and medium-sized businesses can be tricky, with the priorities of such an organization differing from a bigger company, but if you can use the resources and talent that you already have within the company, with the help of technology, you can reap great benefits for the company and for your employees.

Artificial Intelligence make face-to-face training redundant

Will Artificial Intelligence make face-to-face training redundant?


Artificial Intelligence seems to be on the track of taking over the world. Many fear the loss of jobs AI will inevitably lead to. Could L&D professionals, and especially trainers, be on that list? This article will dive into a few reasons they actually have nothing to fear.

boost employee engagement

4 Things that help boost employee engagement


Engaged employees will stay longer, work better and promote a positive attitude and culture. Organizations should invest in programs that build and support engagement if they want to be successful in the long term. Here are several factors that can have a positive impact on employee engagement:

influential leaders

The three keys to success for influential leaders


Influential leaders have the skill to use inclusive behaviors in order to maintain control and get everybody on board with what they need to get done. While the more authoritarian way of doing things might still work in situations of crisis, it is the modern influential leader that fits the business scene of the twenty-first century.

talent activation

Talent activation and what you should be doing about it


Talent activation is the process of getting the talent you just acquired (employees) and turning it into productivity and business growth. The process takes the potential (aka the talent) a person brings into the company and turns it into meaningful and effective contribution.