Even the best learning and development (L&D) strategies and programs can fail if they’re implemented by ill-taught trainers or trainers who don’t have the resources and support that they need to be effective and successful at their jobs.
Category: Training Strategy
When parsing through research, it’s obvious that compliance programs are imperative for any organization that wants to be successful long term, regardless of its size or revenue.
Yesterday’s post detailed what scenario-based learning is, and today’s post will highlight six best practices for implementing scenario-based learning.
Now that virtual reality and augmented reality are getting a lot of attention in the learning and development (L&D) space—and are projected to be worth around $2.8 billion by 2023—you’ve probably started hearing more about scenario-based learning, too.
In two previous posts, we discussed some of the issues that can arise when trying to keep everyone in a team or group on the same page through consistent communications.
In a previous post, we discussed how organizations sometimes operate using different versions of the same information.
The efficient and effective management and distribution of information, as well as improving morale, engagement, and productivity, are hallmarks of any successful organization. Unfortunately, a lot of time and effort is wasted when parts of the organization are relying on information that is inconsistent or conflicting.
In a previous post, we discussed the numerous and negative impacts distractions have on our work. Distractions not only cause us to take longer to complete tasks but also decrease our quality of work once it’s completed. However, there are ways we can help mitigate and minimize these distractions, and The New York Times best-selling […]
Work can be hectic and full of distractions, especially for subject matter experts, technical resources, managers, and others who frequently have people coming to them for help or advice.
Yesterday’s post covered why it’s beneficial for your employees to be content creators. Essentially, if your employees are content creators, they will be more productive and innovative, so here’s what you can do to motivate your employees to take on this new role.