Many progressive businesses are leveraging social learning to foster corporate training and collaborative learning. While the requirement for training that supports specific learning outcomes is growing day-by-day, there is a need to create social learning platforms.
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.
Choosing the right LMS for your organization is no easy task. Apart from the fact that there are so many options and versions, you usually have to also be mindful of budget and think for the long term. This article is looking at what you should be wary about when getting ready to purchase an LMS.
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!
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.
Storytelling can be used as one of the many strategies included in a training course. Case studies, branching scenarios, games, and videos will be more engaging if they are designed with a strong narrative approach in mind. It is a wonderful tool that can help you build a better, more powerful connection between you and your attendees. It will help you speak to them, not at them.
A lot of employee training programs tend to woefully miss the point. They’re boring. They’re complicated and cumbersome. The problem is that they’re created with little regard for how people actually learn. To address that, you can actually draw inspiration from a rather unlikely source: video games.
People are different because they come from different cultures. This is both an opportunity and a challenge for virtual trainers. We can all learn from each other if we pay attention, listen carefully and embrace the diversity of all cultural dimensions.
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.
Trust, inclusion and support are the three pillars upon which any globally dispersed team has to rest in order to work well and achieve its objectives. It is the job of the leader to consolidate these colonnades and fix any cracks that may appear in them over time.