Learners have clear preferences when it comes to how they are trained. As you plan your 2019 training agenda, make sure you consider how learners want to learn.
Creating and maintaining strategic alignment between the learning and development function and the overall mission, vision and goals of the organization is the single most important responsibility of L&D leaders.
E-learning is the obvious solution for distance learning. However, simply producing and posting a playlist of training videos online is not the best strategy.
As 2018 winds down, we're looking ahead to the promise of smarter analytics, faster systems and better performance solutions. This infographic shares important trends in immersive reality, artificial intelligence, playful design and more.
Every year, companies spend millions of dollars training their sales teams. In most cases, sales training doesn’t have the desired effect of increasing sales or increasing the team’s skills.
Sales enablement’s effectiveness is measured at every stage along the customer’s journey. And that requires centering sales enablement strategies around the customer.
Truth be told, learning objectives are created for the training team, not the employee. There’s a better way to describe learning experiences that is employee-centric and performance-based.
The topic of motivating employees is important to managers and supervisors. Despite the importance of the topic, however, several myths persist, especially among new managers and supervisors.
For organizations today, success is measured by more than the expense-to-income ratio. Executives and leaders aim to reduce costs while improving efficiency. Of course, they want to grow, but they also aspire to increase customer satisfaction in parallel.
With an ever-increasing speed of change, L&D teams should consider how they will need to provide learning in the future and what topics will be in demand.