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Let’s take a look at how you can leverage microlearning to build learning habits and foster a culture of continuous learning in the remote workplace.
Regardless of the reason teams are asked to do more with less, here are a few ways to trim back when time and money are on the chopping block.
Explore how you can create an effective online sales training program for your remote sales team.
Identify the elements that are stopping your training from being successful and maximize the return on your investment (ROI) in training.
Using digital learning strategies, you can provide employees with opportunities to focus on and expand their professional development.
How can you apply the same principles of marketing and engagement to drive learners to complete your new training program?
Purposeful, learner-centered design processes aim to reduce the fatigue of webinars and conference calls and increase engagement across the learning journey.
Let’s take a quick look at the 70/20/10 model and explore how we can better adopt and align this model to address today’s multigenerational workforce.