I’ve always reached for a glass of orange juice (OJ) in the morning, but through the years I found I needed a little bit more than my daily dose of “Florida Sunshine.”
Features This Issue
Sales coaching is the key to sales success and improving the performance of the sales organization. It is the most important job a sales manager has.
Once upon a time, the corporate learning environment was bursting with boring presentations filled with too many words, occupying too many slides.
In the learning space, we often talk about innovation, but rarely is it in relation to the classroom. And yet classroom training represents roughly 70 percent of training budgets.
Ask any executive what their biggest frustrations are and, invariably, they will answer, “Long-winded, unfocused presentations that pack in too much data.”
Soft skills are key to effectiveness in life. From self-confidence to communication skills and emotional intelligence, they all play a significant role.
19 Jul 2018
Social learning remains one of the most misunderstood components of modern workplace learning strategy. A change in mindset is necessary.
Training Industry Magazine
Perspectives and expertise for the learning leader.
Thought Leaders This Issue
This edition of our magazine explores a menu of delivery approaches that can improve the impact of many learning and development programs.
From an early age, storytelling has played an important part in our personal development. Think back to your childhood.
“Space” is no longer a barrier for (L&D) departments as they develop and implement creative solutions designed to meet the needs of remote and distributed workforces.
Because when people think of tools, they have long been conditioned to think of devices or equipment -- the tangible things you can employ to accomplish a task.
Learning professionals are facing a crisis that is not being addressed sufficiently. Workplaces are all too frequently toxic, and as a result, the learner is not prepared to learn.
The tools available in a training professional’s toolbox are constantly evolving. Trying to understand better ways to use these tools reminds me of a master craftsman’s tools.
A whopping 13 percent of employees worldwide are engaged in their jobs. There are a multitude of reasons why employees are not engaged.
The future of work is already here, and it looks like this: 60- to 70-year careers, jobs that weren’t around 10 years ago, and a decreasing half-life of skills.
Info Exchanges This Issue
As millennials now represent more than 50 percent of the workforce and Generation Z begins to enter it, personal, engaging and relevant new hire onboarding programs are important.
Companies invest a lot of time and money measuring customer satisfaction. These measures usually assume the form of a survey.
Digital badges are a validated virtual representation of an individual’s successful development of a new skill or completion of a project or level of education.
Learning and development (L&D) experts and corporate training professionals spend countless hours designing programs that are intended to help employees learn valuable skills, all in the hopes that it will make them better at their jobs.
Effective training is either nonexistent or not working in today’s 21st-century workplace. The way in which training is developed and delivered for the modern workplace must change.
Knowledge management and learning and development (L&D) are tightly linked in many ways primarily because developing skills and behaviors and sharing knowledge are at the core of why each function exists.
Learning professionals are faced with a rapid emergence of new multimedia technologies that can enhance both engagement and effectiveness. However, a new breed of immersive technologies has come to the forefront of learning strategies.
Do you want your virtual training sessions to result in longer-term impact? As trainers, we can learn much from neuroscientists about how to strengthen connections between the neurons in the brains of our learners.
The pharmaceutical industry is driven to find ways to get approved medicines into patients’ hands faster – not only to save lives, but to improve the quality of life for many.
One way that learning and development (L&D) partners can help leaders demonstrate impact is through technology-driven measurement and evaluation of key development programs.
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