People have different ways of thinking, different backgrounds and they relate to knowledge and information in unique ways. And this uniqueness should be taken into consideration when we try to implement learning programs in any company.
Companies need to implement an effective training plan to facilitate continuous learning and development for their employees, remote or not. Providing a flexible working environment and implementing online training are two very efficient ways to meet the needs of today’s employees and set them up on the way to success.
Social interaction plays an important role in learning and it’s one of the key factors that makes training successful. Interacting with others during training can motivate people to learn more, to achieve better results, and it helps greatly with making the activity an enjoyable experience.
There are a lot of stereotypes about generations in the workplace, some of it probably grounded in reality. Regardless of what generation employees belong to, it’s imperative that organizations find the best way to transfer the knowledge from the more experienced ones to the newcomers.
Chatbots provide quick and easy access to information and are often a lot cheaper and faster than having trainers ready to step in whenever e-learning users require. Since chatbots are automated solutions, they can be useful to a large number of learners at the same time.
Engaging slides are not very useful without meaningful content — that goes without saying. But good content alone is not enough. This is why we should pay more attention to the way we design our slides. And we should keep in mind that slides are only a means, not an end.
Cyberattacks have increased at an alarming rate in response to COVID-19. By educating employees about cybersecurity, L&D professionals can help reduce breaches and save company dollars.
At a time when decisions need to be timely and changes are waiting around every corner, it’s crucial that leaders stay connected both to what is happening on their market and inside their organizations. A hands-on approach is the best way to truly move companies in the right direction with appropriate speed.
Using automation, combined with gamification, competencies, and mastery rules, you can design incredibly fun and engaging online training courses, that learners can go through at their own pace, asynchronously.
As an L&D professional, your day is spent talking to employees. With conferences and industry events on hold, you’re probably exhausted from multiple Zoom calls per day. Here’s how you can reduce Zoom fatigue and regain your energy