Any company can benefit tremendously from automating its training activities and making them more scalable in an efficient way. By mastering automation, instructors can easily make training programs run smoother, but also more personalized and dynamic.
Reboarding employees will be a big, bittersweet process. Getting over a crisis and finding ways to move forward is never easy, but it can be the launching pad for a new journey with the right mindset and preparation.
AI is not only here to stay; it is here to change the way we do most things. When it comes to corporate LMS, AI is not a commodity, but a necessity, as modern learner demands can only be met by employing it.
Having employee training programs is beneficial for both your business and your employees, but it might not have the ideal results you’re expecting. In this article, I will focus more on the human side of the issues and offer some collaboration tips to engage your employees more in your training programs.
The Seneca effect is pervasive in many industries and it involves slow growth and rapid collapse. Business resilience is the proper way to deal with collapse effectively. In L&D, we are experiencing the collapse of the traditional model, so a fluid/flexible mindset is the best tool to build resilience in a changing environment.
2021 will surely provide more challenges than we can predict at the moment. However, there are already some clear directions that need to be followed, and L&D departments will not only have their hands full but also the great opportunity to become even more visible and valued by the organizations.
For some, the idea of securing data from a distance can be daunting, but by educating your staff and employing simple measures, you will keep data protected and retain satisfied customers.
Memorable moments are experiences that trigger a deep and lasting emotional impression, positive or negative. That’s why all L&D specialists need to be aware of the importance of these memorable moments and when these occur during an employee’s learning journey.
The L&D function, the essential supporter of any corporate change, had to remodel itself tremendously in order to become what companies needed it to be. Thanks to the positive and creative frame of mind of most learning specialists, the transformations have all been helpful and positive.
Since we are stepping hopefully into this new year, it is a good idea to stop and take a look at the most important leadership lessons learned in 2020. These takeaways will help draw a clearer picture of how leadership needs to evolve and deal with the rather challenging aftermath of the current situation.