capture and hold learners attention span
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How to capture and hold learners attention span

Instructional Designers

Instructional designers especially feel the need to up their game and release training material that has the power to attract, engage and ultimately lead to information assimilation. Knowing a thing or two about neuroscience can help, since the attention span is not really the issue but rather how it is captured and held.

creating professional looking videos for training
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Top 3 tips for creating professional looking videos for training

Instructional Designers

In the case of e-learning, users find it easier to go through if a lot of the material is either film or animation. Static screens with lots of text on them are something of the past. In the face of this increasing appetence for video, L&D professionals need to get up to speed and become competent in creating relevant content fast.

before buying an LMS
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5 questions to ask yourself before buying an LMS

LMS

The market is now teaming with LMS solutions for every type of organization and a wide range of expectations and needs. However, buying an LMS is a decision to be made for a longer period of time so it is really important do pick the right one. So here are the main questions to ask before venturing into a LMS purchase.

business agility
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3 Crucial steps in ensuring business agility

Managers

Companies have to be agile in order to stay relevant and be successful. They can do so by upgrading on all levels – getting diverse leadership teams, gathering and processing the right data and preparing their whole ecosystem to consistently move precisely when that is required.

Agility – the superpower of the modern employee
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Agility – the superpower of the modern employee

Learners

Organizations need their employees to be agile and strive to provide the appropriate tools and training programs for this to happen. Here are the three basic skills necessary to develop agility: listening, being empathetic and navigating uncertainty. Every employee has to train for that absolutely necessary superpower: agility.

in-house training
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Is using technology to facilitate in-house training effective?

Managers

Investing in technology for in-house training can have a wide range of benefits: reduced costs, saved time, convenient and personalised training to employees. Having the technological resources which make it easier for staff to share their knowledge and experience can help create the positive training and learning culture which is so important for business success.

gamification in training to the next level
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Taking gamification in training to the next level

Instructional Designers

Gamification has already proved to be more than a fad. Organizations have to be constantly in tune with these developments and adjust to them in order to be able to attract and retain the right people. Learning is not all about fun and games but fun and games can surely be beneficial to learning.

followership for millennials
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On followership for Millennials in the workplace

Managers

There is a lot of talk about leadership and how it should be cultivated in organizations but few discuss the complementary skill that has to go with it: followership. To some extent it is rather ironic that the generation that managed to change the face of corporations is also lacking the ability to rally and follow direction in the workplace.

best practices for talent management
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Top 3 best practices for talent management

Managers

Talent management is a rather new thing on the organizational grid. As is with most important or valuable things, talent is rather scarce. Finding it, developing and retaining it are all challenges that HR professionals and team managers face together. So let’s explore a few best practices for a successful talent management program:

Behavioral bridges
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6 Behavioral bridges the most effective leaders know how to build

Managers

The main problem modern leaders face is that they have to reach very high goals while at the same time maintaining their teams engaged, determined and happy. There are at least six ‘behavioural bridges’ that can be built on in order to marry orientation towards getting results with a genuine care for the human component.

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