Let’s take a look at the essential steps in developing your training objectives and executing your training project plan.
Features This Issue
Let’s take a look at some key considerations for laying the groundwork for a successful internal leader development program.
How can organizations cultivate and nurture these vital skills to effectively navigate the intricacies of the modern hybrid work environment?
Leadership is about humans. Artificial intelligence is about data. True, leaders need data, too, but our job as leaders is to do something with the data so that it resonates with our audience.
The great irony of organizational diversity and inclusion initiatives is that the “inclusion” aspect is often excluded.
Your cybersecurity team and prevention technologies are separate layers of protection. Your employees play another equally important role in protecting your data, so annual training is not enough.
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Onboarding is an organization’s first opportunity to establish and nurture a positive and productive relationship with a new employee.
It has become crucial for organizations to provide effective and localized training to keep learners engaged and inspired.
Immersive learning opens new frontiers and capabilities that have never been accessible before in corporate learning.
Observational learning is a significant component in both how humans learn to navigate the world and how professionals learn to do their job.
There’s a reason why learning from experience is effective. Learning focuses strongly on the what, while experience focuses on the how.
Best practices for developing effective training programs.
Thought Leaders This Issue
Project management is becoming an increasingly critical skill for learning and development (L&D) leaders to possess.
It’s not news that humans learn an extraordinary amount of what they need to know when they connect with others.
The roundtable was chock full of sage advice, lessons learned and poignant questions about how to be successful during career shifts.
In a world where communication and decision-making flowed from the top of an organization downward, feedback became the glue that kept the hierarchy together.
Workplace learning, particularly in an increasingly common remote and hybrid setting, needs to facilitate the inclusion of all learners.
Let’s review some of the aspects of learners’ mindsets that can get in the way of effective immersive learning.
An often-overlooked step in creating impactful DEI training is understanding the unique challenges involved with the business, the people in the business and the design of the training.
Amid so much ambiguity and change, leaders that demonstrate interest and concern for people are more necessary than ever.
Info Exchanges This Issue
Today, sales training is by and large a technology-enabled sector of the corporate training market.
Constructive feedback is a powerful tool for improving performance, enhancing relationships and achieving more together.
During times of unprecedented change, equipping and supporting middle managers has become critical to any organization’s success.
Failing to measure the job and skill competencies of employees objectively and quantitatively is not a problem until it becomes one.
Making choices is what we do as customers. Influencing people is what we do as salespeople. Both skills are the flipside of the same coin.
The challenge for today’s sales leadership and sales trainers is to figure out how to build informal peer-to-peer learning into hybrid workforces.
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