Monday, 13 May 2013 21:33
Motivating a company's employees has never been an easy task, especially if we consider that we live in the era of speed, where people want everything to be fast and accessible. As a result, many companies invest high sums of money into a training program which fails provide the aimed results. However, by implementing a set of well-thought strategies, the employees can easily become more engaged and ready to deliver performance. Below, I present to you 5 ways in which executives can motivate their employees quickly and efficiently.
Tuesday, 23 April 2013 18:29
Empowered by Amanda Palmer's outlook, can you change your behavior to be more learner-centric? Can you use these simple principles to connect more effectively with both your clients and your learners? Will you be able to serve as a reliable, trusted connector to provide your learners additional opportunities to learn, explore and increase their performance, all without knowing that they've been "trained?"
Tuesday, 26 March 2013 23:12
I’m a big believer in the power of eLearning, but I get tired of hearing that eLearning cuts costs in comparison to face-to-face instructor-led training (ILT).
Friday, 15 February 2013 20:53
Published in Organizations
Whether you are leading your organization’s training & development efforts, managing a transition to eLearning, or designing instructor-led training, you need to consider Learning Solutions Conference & Expo, March 13 – 15 in Orlando, Florida.
Monday, 21 January 2013 21:30
Many organizations have similar approaches in providing learning opportunities. Staff is encouraged to participate in online programs or webinars, attend a conference, and in some cases, take advantage of a tuition assistance program. Others still provide ad hoc programs offered by different business groups providing learning opportunities on internal processes or technical training. This approach doesn’t support or foster a learning environment. If you offer such opportunities, but don't have a plan that identifies how learning aligns to organizational goals – and how individual goals contribute to reaching them – then there’s an opportunity to create a learning strategy.
Tuesday, 08 January 2013 11:42
At least partly because of the huge success of YouTube, people get excited today about the potential of video for training and education particularly in the context of e-learning and distance learning. There is a lot of hype about it but we need to examine the real benefits before plunging in.