When you’re productive, you’re not working harder. As trite as it sounds, you’re working smarter. You’re working more efficiently. Here are 12 key drivers of productivity that can help you become more productive, starting today.
If the only audience for evaluation data are executives and L&D, you're missing your most important audience. The purpose of L&D is to create behavior change, and the learner’s manager has the greatest impact on whether learning is applied on the job.
Do you think virtual training is a fad destined to make a big splash and then slowly fade away? This article shares the top eight reasons virtual training is experiencing a boom and why it’s likely to stick with us well into the future.
Acknowledging that you cannot climb into someone else’s brain, that people tend to resist obvious attempts at making them accountable, and that some of this process is going to have to be sneaky, here are techniques to create accountability in your team.
Influential communication skills aren’t easy. If they were, everyone would command attention, respect and the ability to influence others to act upon what they had to say. Poor communication skills run rampant, costing time and productivity.
Are you daydreaming of that post-vacation glow? We all know that taking time off of work is good for us and our employees, with benefits ranging from a greater likelihood of promotion to lower stress levels and elevated happiness both at work and home.
The second quarter of 2019 saw significant activity in assessment and evaluation, compliance training, e-learning, IT and technical training, leadership training, learning technologies and human capital management (HCM) platforms, and sales enablement.
Here are three approaches you can use to ensure that learners from all over your business will be ready to adopt internal training and make it a standard part of their job.
The traditional performance management process is no longer a fit when it comes to ensuring people receive regular feedback and have the tools they need to be in the driver’s seat in their careers.