Training programs backed up by data instead of gut feelings are more accurate and deliver more value for businesses. Let’s see what L&D professionals can do to build a data-driven training strategy!
Any training program that is done too fast will need a lot of after work and will probably end up costing more as well. So, here is the ideal sequence for planning corporate e-learning programs that saves you both time and money.
Motivating employees in the shaky post-pandemic landscape comes down to removing barriers to remote or hybrid work. Most of all, it’s about investing in your employees’ wellbeing and involving them in decision processes that affect them directly and indirectly.
Accountability is a requirement in today’s corporate environment. It ensures clarity of objectives and the alignment between these and the overall desired results of the company. C-suite managers, line managers, and team leaders are accountable for setting up and sustaining this type of work environment.
With the unprecedented need for e-learning solutions in the modern world, all kinds of industries stand to benefit from a streamlined employee training system that includes online certifications. Here’s how e-learning makes employee certifications simpler:
Blended learning is the right answer to the demands of a very dynamic (and often unpredictable) business environment, as well as to the changing needs and expectations of the modern learner. Here are some of the frequent obstacles to it, with some tips on how to overcome them.
Blended learning is not just a sparkly new concept in L&D but a necessary development of corporate learning. It entails tending to the ever-developing needs and expectations of today’s learners in a very dynamic and challenging business environment.
Online training is revolutionizing the way we keep workplaces safe. All kinds of industries are using online learning for their workers, and the results are making a difference. Here’s what you need to understand about online training in workplace safety:
Visuals are an essential part of e-learning and should be given proper attention. They are not an addition to the content; they are the content. So their creation and editing should be part of the initial design process to ensure their true potential is thoroughly harnessed.