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transferring training online
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3 Basic steps to take when transferring training online

Remote Training

If you feel that when you are converting your existing classroom course to e-learning you are starting from scratch, it’s because you actually are. Even if you have all the information and don’t need to do research on the subject matter itself, the online environment is different, and learners expect something else entirely.

coaching culture
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Successfully managing change through a coaching culture

Managers

It takes a lot of work to break habits and adopt new points of view. However, in an ever-changing business ecosystem, change may sometimes be the only chance of survival. Those who can change will grow their business and keep their clients.

using an LMS for training remote workers
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3 Perks of using an LMS for training remote workers

LMS, Remote Training

In the context of extended remote work, global teams, and a growing need for brevity, flexibility and efficiency, having a good Learning Management System will make the difference between companies who navigate changes successfully and those who struggle.

L&D communication plan
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On designing a great L&D communication plan

Instructional Designers

As learning professionals, we need to be able to talk about what we are doing and why it is important. Educating our audiences about ourselves and our mission is as important as providing them with the right learning opportunities and tools for them to grow and achieve superior results.

L&D should gear towards talent activation
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Why L&D should gear towards talent activation

E-learning

Talent activation is meant to transform the old talent management programs aimed at episodic employee development into an ongoing (and connected) sum of experiences that empower employees and help them move forward toward achieving personal and business goals.

On culture and other organizational demons
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On culture and other organizational demons (Part II)

E-learning

Organizations are different, as people are different and create different cultures. This is why learning programs should try to adapt as well to the organizational cultures if they want to deliver results. As a trainer, make sure that you know your client, your learners, and their values before designing the learning program.

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