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three components to successful learning
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The three components to successful learning in the corporate space

E-learning, Managers

Graham Hall, a professional Learning Specialist, guest blogs today, giving some practical insights on the three components to successful learning in the corporate space. Graham has a ton of L&D experience under his belt, having helped numerous large and small businesses to implement successful training solutions over the years.

training senior employees
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Tips for training senior employees

E-learning, Instructional Designers, Managers

Millennials are set to take over the workplace. But what about the older employees? What about the graying workforce that greatly contributes to a company’s success? Shouldn’t business training programs seriously address the learning needs of senior employees as well? Companies that don’t plan for generational management shifts risk falling behind and losing out to their competitors.

continuous learning at work
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Your job is never done: continuous learning at work

E-learning

No matter what your job is now, knowledge is key. You only get better by knowing more, and it’s a never-ending cycle. You just can’t stop learning. Companies know that their best shot at being successful in our over-competitive business world is to have knowledgeable employees. But nobody is born a know-it-all. That’s why Learning and Development departments will have such an important role in always improving employees’ productivity. Continuous learning at work targets everyone in a company, from new hires to top management, and L&D professionals themselves. There’s always room for improvement.

successful training
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Navigating through the rough waters of successful training

E-learning, Instructional Designers

Instructional designers are like sailors navigating through rough waters and they need to overcome all challenges that the three major currents – technology advances, business needs, and learner demands throw at them. Only the best survive and reach their destination of successful training. And when they do, they set sail to the next journey. After all, a calm sea never makes great sailors. Let’s take them one by one and see what can instructional designers do to be on top of them every time?

cultivating a happy workforce
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10 insights for cultivating a happy workforce through learning

E-learning, Learners, Managers

The working world changes fast and the only way to keep up with it is through learning and development. Employees need to learn and develop themselves if they want to have thriving and flourishing careers. Companies need to learn how to attract the best talent and how to clearly align individual learning objective with the ones of the organization.

At the end of the day, companies need a happy workforce, in order for them to be happy, because that is a sure fire way to solve business problems and make profit.

micro learning
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Micro learning: From small dots to the big picture

E-learning, Instructional Designers, LMS

Micro learning has a lot in common with the Impressionist art movement. Each micro learning activity is like a dot, a line, or a messy paintbrush stroke of color in such a painting. Embrace all small learning activities and connect them all into a big picture. Your company’s learning strategy will have impressive results.

Branching scenarios: Getting to e-learning’s El Dorado
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Branching scenarios: Getting to e-learning’s El Dorado

E-learning, Instructional Designers, Learners, LMS

Branching scenarios make your learners experience real world challenges and deal with real life consequences of their choices, all without real life risks.

They transform the learner from a passive observer into an active and involved participant. The unfolding of the narrative creates a memorable experience, thus helping the learner better retain the information. The consequences of their choices, especially the ones that led to failure, will stick to their minds and will determine them to make the right decisions when real life situations demand them.

Gamification mistakes
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5 Gamification mistakes to avoid

E-learning, Instructional Designers

Gamification has proved its usability countless times, by improving the attitude towards learning, increasing learner engagement and motivation and boosting productivity. When done right, gamification can have great results in terms of revenue growth.

However, things are not always as easy as pie when it comes to designing and managing a learning strategy using gamification. Here are a few gamification mistakes that are more common than most e-learning professionals would want to admit. Take note and try to avoid them the next time you set to design gamified learning courses.

deep learning
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How learning management systems support deep learning

E-learning, LMS

Deep learning happens when each learner is offered a truly personalized learning experience. Big data allows instructional designers to know each learner’s interests, level of expertise and learning goals and then provide a custom learning path. This learner-centric approach encourages great results.

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