What’s the point in training your staff on outdated concepts? It’s just a waste of everyone’s time. Let’s take a look at some straightforward ways for you to ensure that your internal training content is always as fresh as possible.
There are many challenges facing learning and development (L&D) professionals today. According to a Training Industry, Inc. research report, about one-third of survey respondents identified content relevancy as a challenge within their organizations.
Marketing has known for a long time that content is king. What is often forgotten, however, is that good content is the foundation of all effective learning, especially when thinking about curation tools.
Blended learning gives learners new ways to build knowledge and skills.
Marketers use a funnel to help them visualize the buyer’s journey or the path a prospect takes from discovering their company all the way to purchasing a product or service and beyond.
Mapping out the learner lifecycle and assigning content that engages them along the way does not only help create unforgettable learning experiences, but also helps with the transfer of knowledge after a training session ends.