Employee Performance

Looking for tips to boost your Employees’ Performance? Read all the articles about Employee Performance to create worthy online training courses and memorable eLearning experiences.

Active Learning In Online Training: What eLearning Professionals Should Know

Active Learning In Online Training: What eLearning Professionals Should Know

Active learning is one of the most effective ways of learning indeed, but creating an online active learning environment requires careful attention. In this article, I’ll explain what active learning is, what are its best practices, and most importantly, how to integrate it into your online training course in order to increase your employees’ engagement, motivation, and performance levels.

Albert's Successful Training Story

Albert's Successful Training Story

Albert drove home from the board meeting feeling very pleased with himself. He had been praised by his chairman for the work he had put in since joining the firm two years ago, and had been given a complete endorsement for the five-year training plan that he had presented to the board that afternoon in Mumbai, India. As he drove home, he reflected on those two tumultuous years. Prior to joining his current company, he had worked for five years as production manager in a small company that manufactured plastic coat hangers in his native Gujarat, and had made a name for himself there. When he arrived here, the company was barely profitable, with high absenteeism, shoddy work practices, and little or no quality control. He immediately saw there were two problems; low morale and lack of training. Here is how his successful training method helped increase productivity.

Employee Engagement Versus Employee Energy

Employee Engagement Versus Employee Energy

I read a really interesting article recently from Chief Learning Officer (CLO) about minions. You know, those little yellow guys with the weird overalls and obnoxious, yet cute laughs. Even if you don’t have children, you can’t get away from advertisements featuring these minions. They are everywhere—on billboards, in television commercials, on t-shirts, and in CLO articles. So why is a respected learning organization like CLO writing about an animated children’s movie character? It’s all in the name of engagement.

Why The Learning And Development Industry Should Think Differently To Improve Performance

Why The Learning And Development Industry Should Think Differently To Improve Performance

Hands up if you know what is working in your learning departments and why. Do you make assumptions about what’s working in your organization, or do you gather evidence and use it to understand why learning initiatives succeed or fail? In this article I will share why the Learning & Development industry should think differently in terms of how we are using evidence in order to improve performance.

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.