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If your employees’ performance needs to improve, it will help if learners are on the same page and have a clear picture of what they should aim for. That’s why a critical part of the learning program design process is to set effective goals.

How to Involve Managers in Learning Programs

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We all know that manager involvement in learning makes a difference, which is why managers are often seen as central to solving learning transfer problems. What the research doesn’t tell us is how managers feel about being involved.

Are Introverts Welcome in Your Training Experiences?

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Rather than try to forcing people to be extroverts, what if we leveraged the strengths of both extroverts and introverts? We need both types of talent. Let’s look at specific strengths of introverts and extroverts and how they show up in the classroom.

The Power of Pictures: How Far Does it Go?

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Modern e-learning is more visual than the text-heavy modules of the past. Designers are keen to highlight the visual and interactive aspects of their courses, but what does successful visual training look like?