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Learning Supports Employee Engagement

Learning Supports Employee Engagement

We all know the importance of employee engagement. Forbes reports a 6% higher net profit margin for companies with an engaged workforce, and a five times higher shareholder return over five years than companies without an engaged workforce. As Human Resources and Learning and Development department plan an engagement program, the following factors and the Q12 questions should be taken into consideration.

Scripting the Success of Collaborative Learning

Scripting the Success of Collaborative Learning

Corporate learners today are enthusiastic learners – as they view lifelong learning as the way to professional success. But even in the face of such enthusiasm, organizational learning can prove to be tedious and boring. Through workplace collaborations, learning can both be enjoyable as well as impactful. That’s good news for Learners as well as Training Managers – a true win-win for all!

4 Steps to Designing an Effective Online Training Program

4 Steps to Designing an Effective Online Training Program

There's got to be a secret right? We all know that a good online training program is vital to a company's long-term success. It's like a steak dinner. You have to start with quality cuts of meat, or your meal isn't going to end up as delectable as you'd hoped. Similarly, if you don’t start with a good training program, your employees won’t develop the skills and knowledge they need.

A Culture of Empowerment: Beat the 70:20:10 Problem and Secure ROI

A Culture of Empowerment: Beat the 70:20:10 Problem and Secure ROI

You’ll have heard about the 70:20:10 problem by now. It’s a theory about the way in which we learn: only 10% of our knowledge comes from formal training, while 20% comes from observing others and a whopping 70% occurs when we roll up our sleeves at work and get stuck in. Up until now, organizations have failed to secure ROI on their training spend as they have been focusing on formal training and haven’t been cultivating a culture of empowerment to tackle the remaining 90%…

Designing E-learning Courses for Adults with Low Education Levels

5 Tips for Designing E-learning for Adults with Low Education Levels

When designing e-learning for adult learner populations with low education levels, it’s essential to consider all the instructional design and multimedia elements, and how they work together to support this unique audience’s learning. Here we have compiled five tips from a recent project to help you create effective e-learning courses for ESL and similar learners.

Using Flow Theory and Gamification in the Content of the Employee Engagement Funnel

Using The Employee Engagement Funnel and Gamification For Business Transformation

Gamification should take center stage in driving the employee engagement funnel. Gamification is going through a process that is making it richer and better suited to make sustainable change in enterprises. This new era of enterprise gamification goes beyond badges and leaderboards and using compelling game mechanics such as narratives.

This is a first post of three on the employee engagement funnel. The next posts will discuss gamifying lead generation program and how to optimize the transition inside the funnel.

How Ready is Your Corporate E-Learning Content?

Free Content Readiness Assessment Tool for Corporate E-Learning

Before you begin your corporate e-learning course, it’s essential to first stop and ask, “How ready is my content?” The state of your content, or your “content readiness,” impacts your project plan, resource needs, and, yes, your project budget. And unstable content can create a ripple effect that could cost you additional dollars for changes later in the project. Not to worry, though—we’ve got you covered with a free, downloadable Content Readiness Assessment Tool, along with these great tips from solution architect Erin Krebs and instructional design practice lead Catherine Davis.

Dramatically Reduce Corporate Training Costs

How To Dramatically Reduce Corporate Training Costs

In this article I'll discuss how transitioning from face-to-face corporate training to online corporate training can help you to dramatically reduce corporate training costs and even share some tips to help you get the most out of your eLearning investment. In addition, if you are still skeptical about converting your face-to-face corporate training into eLearning, I will give you some examples of big brands that made the big transition and got positive results in many respects.