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7 Success Factors To Win The Bet With Overwhelmed Corporate Learners

7 Success Factors To Win The Bet With Overwhelmed Corporate Learners

Modern corporate learners are dealing with challenges that are unique to this digital era. In addition to long work hours and stressful job duties, employees are often weighed down with tech obligations. Emails and social media sites make their professional lives easier, in some respects, but they can also stand in the way of skill development and knowledge retention. In this article, I’ll discuss how to design effective online training experiences for overwhelmed corporate learners, so that they can acquire the skills they need to improve work performance.

5 Tips To Create eLearning For Modern Learners

5 Tips To Create eLearning For Modern Learners

How do you educate someone who has never known anything but high speed broadband and internet access, instant gratification, and quick fixes? How can you grab their attention and keep it long enough to get your message across? In this article, I will share 5 key tips to create eLearning courses for modern learners that will convince them to stay focused, absorb the information, and get the most out of their eLearning experience.

3 Ways To Support Corporate Technology-aided Learning Solutions 

3 Ways To Support Corporate Technology-aided Learning Solutions 

Technology-aided learning programs allow employees to work on a more flexible schedule as they provide the flexibility of time and location. At the same time, such training programs require greater effort and skills as most of them are self-paced. The learner needs to have considerable personal organization and study skills to engage in fruitful eLearning.

Why eLearning Is For Every Generation

Why eLearning Is For Every Generation

Have you ever noticed how often the media portrays Baby Boomers as technological idiots? It’s common for movies and TV shows to depict the generation born between 1946 and 1964 as utterly clueless when it comes to operating smart phones and laptops. Of course, those in the business world know that this is, for the most part, inaccurate. Some individuals sincerely dislike using technology and wish the pen-and-paper days would magically reappear. However, most people in the working world, no matter if they are Baby Boomers, Millennials, or from Generation X, find technology to be helpful and necessary to getting work done. This is especially true of eLearning technology.

Adult Learning In 15 Years

Adult Learning In 15 Years

When there is danger, what do we do? Panic? Education and training are critical to decision-making and to our survival. 2030 is only 15 years into the future. Yet there are solid reasons to believe that adult learning experiences will be transformed within that time frame.

The Ultimate Cheat Sheet On Training Millennials

The Ultimate Cheat Sheet On Training Millennials

Employers today are full of anxiety over the growing population of Millennials in the workforce. Millennials make up almost half of the total workforce, with numbers still rising. At the same time, the generation of Baby Boomers is rapidly retiring. Business Insider reports that millions of these Baby Boomers have retired just in the last six years and 10,000 of them turn 65 every single day. With the Millennials coming in and the Baby Boomers going out, the climate of the workplace is shifting. While companies of all kinds want to appeal to Millennials and hire Millennials, they aren’t quite sure how to adapt to their differences. Read why training Millennials is a challenge worth taking.

Why Cross-Training Employees Makes Sense

Why Cross-Training Employees Makes Sense

Cross-training is becoming trendy; more and more businesses find themselves having to respond quickly to customer service requests, and they need the flexibility to accept them and handle them professionally, if they are to survive.