I recently returned from a group tour of northern Italy. Below are five principles that facilitated our group bonding and learning and their relevance to corporate training.
Here are some strategies to set your L&D team on the path to data independence, from metrics selection to goal-setting to scaling the process with the right tools.
Many of us were taught that to succeed, whether in your personal life or at work, you must create a plan. Planning, indeed, provides direction and minimizes risks. However, in reality, there will always be interruptions that demand our attention to focus e
L&D holds an important position in an organization. The quality of the training that L&D creates must not only meet instructional design standards but also the standard of purpose, which we characterize as business or operational goals.
Strategic planning is critical to successful organizations, as it provides forward-looking direction, outlines measurable goals, helps guide key decisions, and provides structure for evaluating progress and data for taking corrective action.
A good place to start with any training exercise is often the end: the deliverables, the take-home messages … in other words, what it is that you actually want to have achieved by the time your audience are walking out of the room.