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5 Tips To Add Interaction To Your Training Courses

5 Tips To Add Interaction To Your Training Courses

Many employees enter a training course with the expectation that it will be boring, long and a waste of time, but why? Whether it’s from past experience or just from stories heard from friends and colleagues, employees are not typically excited when they find out they need to go through training.

Is eLearning Ready To Be A Grown Up?

It’s been more than two decades since eLlearning was introduced as an alternative delivery method for training. What started as a niche solution with more questions than answers has matured into a strategic tool for many organizations that impacts everything from employee development to risk management and customer retention.

How To Make Employee Training Stick

How To Make Employee Training Stick

We’ve seen in recent years a shift in the strategy that organizations apply in training their employees. Training is decreasingly looked at as a singular event, following which employees then are expected to perform their required duties proficiently. The new outlook, which more industry influencers are encouraging and one that a rising number of business are adopting, is looking at a more continuous learning process, one which provides employees with lasting support long after the formal training ends. Therefore, there arises a new for software and work aids which ensure that training “sticks” over the long haul.

Brand-Led Learning

Brand-Led Learning

Your brand embodies the personality of your organization and your products or services.  This personality creates thoughts, feelings, perceptions, beliefs and attitudes.  What’s this have to do with learning?  If learning isn’t aligned with you brand and culture, the chances of it being successful are greatly reduced.  Take these steps to get aligned with your brand and improve results and outcomes.