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John Eades

CEO @LearnLoft | Helping Organizations Develop Their People | Leadership
John Eades is the President and CEO of LearnLoft and host of the "Follow My Lead" Podcast. He is passionate about the development of professionals. He writes and speaks about leadership and modern learning techniques.
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February 22, 2015

Online Training: Evolution Or Revolution?

There isn’t a business in any industry today that doesn’t feel the heat to transform themselves on a yearly, quarterly, monthly, or even a daily basis. The eLearning industry is no different. So this begs the question: Is the online training market in an evolution or a revolution?
July 6, 2014

Why Microlearning Is HUGE And How To Be A Part Of It

Microlearning is a way of teaching and delivering content to learners in small, very specific bursts. The learners are in control of what and when they’re learning. Why has Microlearning has blown up recently? (Pardon the pun) To answer this question, you have to take a look at who comprises a majority of learners. By 2025, Millennials alone will make up that 75 percent of the workforce. The average attention span of the Millennial generation is 90 seconds.