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social learning

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.

Too busy for learning
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Too busy for learning? That’s just an excuse!

Instructional Designers, Learners

The paradigm surrounding workplace training is that while everyone agrees upon its importance, almost nobody puts it on their high priority list. Managers know that their company’s competitiveness is directly related to employees’ skills development, yet L&D departments are often the first to be hit by budget cuts. Employees are perfectly aware that developing their skills directly contributes to their professional development, yet they always have something urgent to do and simply don’t show up at training sessions.

How can instructional designers destroy this “too busy” attitude towards learning?

myth about the 70:20:10 model
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Debunking the biggest myth about the 70:20:10 model

E-learning

Formal learning may count for just 10% of the learning that happens in the workplace, but that doesn’t mean at all that it is an insignificant part. This 10% is usually the basis of knowledge that supports conversations and social interactions, as well as the know-how of work performance.

power of emotions on learning
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The power of emotions on learning

E-learning, Instructional Designers, Learners

Emotions can be compared with an on/off switch for learning. While positive emotions have the power to motivate learners, negative emotions can actually impede the learning process. Instructional designers should strive to create the best environment for learners to feel safe to interact, experiment and explore new topics.

informal and collaborative learning
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How informal and collaborative learning support training

E-learning, Managers

Most of the learning at work happens through job-related experiences and daily contact with colleagues and management. Informal and collaborative learning happens naturally and spontaneously in any business setting. That’s why businesses should support it, along with all the formal training programs.

mistakes in e-learning
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Making mistakes in e-learning: A dream come true

Learners, LMS

Happy 2016! Raise your glass for a year full of mistakes! Hear, hear!

What? Are mistakes not on your new year’s resolutions list? I think they should be.

Find out why making mistakes in a secure place like an LMS can actually be good for employees and their companies.

social intelligence in online training
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How to use social intelligence in online training

E-learning, Instructional Designers

Social learning is all about interacting successfully with others in various contexts. Instructional designers who use social intelligence principles when creating training courses will help their learners not only retain knowledge better, but also develop their empathy and interpersonal skills.

 

E-learning Trends for 2016
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Top 7 E-learning Trends for 2016

E-learning, Instructional Designers, Managers

The global LMS market is on an ascendent pace, being set to reach a whooping USD 11.34 billion by 2020. The only way to tell if this forecast will become true is to wait another five years. Until then, we’ll try our own fortune-teller abilities and propose a few ideas that we think will shape the e-learning landscape in 2016.

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