Objectives drive the curriculum. They direct your topics, influence the test questions, help measure the learner’s progress and they are helpful when you update materials and courses. View the content you create through the lens of actionable objectives.
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Training should reflect the positive culture that the organization is trying to achieve: an environment where doing right is the norm. In this article, we'll examine how to create a culture of compliance in the workplace with effective compliance training.
The more that soft skills are practiced in an organization, the easier it is to foster a productive workplace. In this article, we’ll examine what soft skills look like in the workplace and tips for deploying soft skills training in your organization.
In the new world of work, soft skills like communication and problem-solving are more important than ever. But many organizations still struggle with how to train for soft skills.
To meet both the learning and engagement needs of employees in the new world of work, the experience needs to be interactive, dynamic and compelling, and one of the most powerful ways of achieving this is through friendly competition.
Compliance training doesn’t have to be monotonous or a check-the-box activity, but instead, learning and development (L&D) can use business partnerships to design creative and memorable compliance training content.
Gamified learning is becoming a trend among organizations looking to improve knowledge retention and performance. This trend can have many benefits, including reduced stress among employees.