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Optimizing corporate learning in today’s environment

Managers

The pandemic has brought many changes to employee training. Optimizing the L&D strategy helps companies attract and retain valuable talent, so while it may not be smooth sailing, this isn’t the time to abandon ship.

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Does your L&D team need a project management tool?

Managers

Project management is essential for L&D as mastering it means better results and helping the organization achieve its goals. Let’s have a discussion about project management platforms and what they can do for learning professionals:

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The e-learning tools every L&D professional needs

LMS

L&D professionals have many tools to choose from, so it can get a bit overwhelming. However, it gets easier if you know what to look for! Let’s discover the main categories and capabilities of e-learning tools that are useful for L&D:

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Why every organization should consider talent mobility

Managers

In a dynamic environment and with a hiring crisis going on, organizations need to leverage everything they can to attract and retain the talent they need. Here are some good reasons why talent mobility is for every company:

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Why managers should be actively involved in training

Managers

A major part of a manager’s role is to support the team in setting meaningful and achievable learning and development goals. It’s no wonder that involving managers in training fosters a learning culture, among many other benefits:

online learning success
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5 keys to online learning success

E-learning

There may not a perfect recipe to create successful e-learning programs, as each organization has different learning needs. However, there are five aspects are almost always part of it: meeting technology requirements, keeping training materials organized, making them attractive and interactive, creating appropriate learning environments and getting constant feedback.

learning through stories at the workplace
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How to use stories for workplace learning

Instructional Designers

Training should definitely capitalize on how using story telling can enrich the learning experience. Turning training objectives into story-like units means being able to organize the information into a narrative that has the ability to drive the listener forward. What better way to get somebody to perform a certain task than showing how it starts, what the desired outcome is and how it all fits with all the other processes in the organization?

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