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Corporate Training Tips: Designing for Global Audiences

Corporate Training Tips: Designing for Global Audiences

In today’s global economy, we often find ourselves designing corporate training — be it e-learning, m-learning, or classroom (ILT) — for audiences around the world. Keeping some important considerations in mind during the design process will ensure your training delivers on its objectives, no matter where your audience is located.

Can Your Training Sell?

Corporate training already breaks the bank. Is there a way to utilize courses to bring back the Benjamins? Consider customer training: it’s table stakes if your product or service has any sort of learning curve. Your customer training may be a cost center, but it doesn’t have to be.

The Evolving Role of Trainers in Corporate Learning

With the emergence of newer platforms of learning, the worth of one-to-one interactions in learning cannot be over-stated. The trainer plays a pivotal here – a role which is nevertheless evolving with the changing needs of the corporate learners. In the corporate scenario, the trainer now plays multiple roles to suit the needs of the modern workplace learner.

4 Ways to Personalize Your Online Training

4 Ways to Personalize Your Online Training

Online training has a bad—and incorrect—reputation for being impersonal, boring and lifeless. But it doesn’t have to be that way! Good online training can be personal and engaging. And it’s also full of life—in a recent survey, 72% of companies included said that e-Learning keeps them up-to-date with changes in their industry, which helps them remain competitive within their niche.

The 70-20-10 Model - Today, Tomorrow and Beyond

The 70-20-10 Model - Today, Tomorrow and Beyond

This is part of an exclusive interview that Charles Jennings gave to Learnnovators. In this interview, Charles shares his insights on the significance of the 70:20:10 Model for organizational development in today’s world. He also shares his advice to learning designers on the techniques to scale up to meet the challenges of designing learning interventions for this informal and social learning age. Equally valuable is his advice to Chief Learning Officers (CLOs) who wish to implement the 70:20:10 Model in their organizations. Charles’ foresights on the future of organizational learning are truly thought provoking. Read on…