There's a disconnect among the people paying to create training, the people doing the creating and the people the training has been built to serve.
Corporate universities need a re-vamp to keep up with the demands of the modern-day workplace and its employees.
Benjamin Bloom provided the corporate learning space with two key concepts. The first is Bloom’s taxonomy. The second is Bloom’s 2 Sigma Problem. We can use both to improve learning experiences.
Embracing a digitally-led future of learning requires L&D teams to look beyond current challenges and engage with the bigger picture.
As a learning leader in your company, you can play an important role in shaping the annual meeting. Use these strategies to plan an offsite that creates the results your company is looking for.
Just as early humans used stories to teach important lessons, learning and development professionals can use stories to help learners understand and remember important information.
Learning styles are a little like going to a psychic: The information is general enough that you can think of how you fit into a style based on already accepted assumptions you have about yourself.
You may be planning your 2019 program with the best trainers, access to the latest cutting-edge technology and the highest quality course materials – but if you’re taking the wrong approach to training employees, then you won't succeed.