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June 18, 2015

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.
by Roz Bahrami
June 13, 2015

3 Tips For Grabbing Compliance Learners’ Attention

Where the core content is relatively mundane in a training program, learners may sometimes be tempted to see it as box ticking exercise. This article reveals 3 tips to ensure that your online training course grabs your learners’ attention and keep them focused throughout it.
by Heather Pope
May 27, 2015

How Do You Infuse A Culture Of Innovation?

It is common for human resources professionals to be included in teams designed to foster innovation in today's corporations, institutions and organizations. But how does one even start to persuade other people to adjust their thinking from the comfortable, safe ruts it has settled into?
by Roz Bahrami
May 25, 2015

Moving Towards Corporate Online Learning Success: Some Proven Strategies

Many corporate online learning initiatives often fail to make the anticipated impact - which is a waste of time as well as effort of learners and furthermore, a waste of organizational funds as well. Digging into the reasons why an online learning initiative fails, the two main culprits are Learners’ apathy towards learning and Lack of Organizational support. Improving these factors can increase the effectiveness of training monumentally.
by Arunima Majumdar
May 9, 2015

Utilizing Blended Learning To Encourage Critical Thinking: An e-Learning Solutions Perspective

Critical thinking can be described as a mental activity that involves high quality and high level of thinking. It enhances the problem solving skills of the learner and encourages accurate decision making capabilities. Most e-learning experts support the benefits of a learning program which enhances critical learning – especially in the area of corporate learning. The value of critical thinking does not change according to different industry verticals – it is required to deliver quality e-learning in almost all subjects or type of content.
by Arunima Majumdar
April 30, 2015

4 Tips To Help You Spring Into Blended Learning

There’s a new way to look at blended learning. And it’s much more complex and creative than just adding an online course to traditional classroom training. “…Now that technology offers so many varied options, a blended approach has evolved to mean the use of more than one delivery method to provide and enhance training and support. This is the way of the future,” says Connie Malamad, the eLearning Coach. If you’re ready to spring into the future of blended learning, this article is just what you need.
by Christie Wroten
April 29, 2015

How To Use The Endowed Progress Effect To Motivate Corporate Learners In eLearning?

In technology-aided elearning, motivation plays even a stronger role as the elearning effort is self-led and depends completely on the interest of the learner. So, e-learning developers, instructional designers and even subject matter experts are often pondering over the ways to keep learners motivated within the elearning environment. A strategic way of creating a suitable ‘push’ for learning is adopting the endowed progress effect.
by Arunima Majumdar
April 14, 2015

How Minutes A Day Can Reinvigorate Your Workforce

We know you’ve seen it. Your employees sit in a day-long training session watching presenter after presenter. They fight drowsiness, boredom and distractions as they listen to more and more information that sucks the life out of any brainpower they have left. And all they can think about is their growing to-do list that is only getting longer by the minute.
by Carol Leaman