Now more than ever, it’s critical that organizations amplify digital learning and adopt blended learning approaches during COVID-19.
With the right technology, sales reps no longer have to fake it till they make it when courting new prospects. Instead, they can receive the personalized training they need.
When it comes to discussions about how the rapid rate of technology advancement has overhauled the way businesses operate, digital transformation is top of mind. Organizations are eager to embrace new ways to increase efficiency.
As human beings, we are wired to connect with and learn from others. An approach that eliminates this connection eliminates the most powerful aspect of leadership development. However, there are ways to reach across technology and support human connection.
Learners must develop their own learning paths that guide them through the changing L&D landscape.
It sounds daunting to develop content in house with little knowledge of the language. Fear not! Here are five tips to get started.
Online training solutions allow members of a global, multilingual team to access and undertake identical training to their international colleagues.
In the digital age, soft skills like emotional intelligence are only becoming more important. Fortunately, the digital age presents innovative and effective ways of helping employees develop those skills, as well.
In today’s volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous (VUCA) world, your employees need new skills and capabilities if your organization is to survive and prosper.