Creating sales enablement training is not an easy task. However, best practices in eLearning design still apply: Consider a hybrid or blended learning strategy for your sales enablement training.
To remain valuable to our workforce, we need to offer learning opportunities that are relevant to their role, easily accessed from anywhere and directly applicable in their work.
Businesses are navigating uncharted territory. It started with wise cancellations of conferences, followed by meetings and travel. Here we are now, hunkered down in our homes. The business world has been forced to pivot to significant change.
Technology is essential to the day-to-day operation of business, and as learning and development professionals, the influence of technology is creeping into how we create, implement and support education in the corporate sector.
As training professionals, we are seeing increasing pressure to offer online training options to support our organizations’ and clients’ need for flexibility and to provide cost-effective solutions.
Hybrid learning saves the classroom by allowing you to meet your business objectives without sacrificing learner outcomes.
The cost of bringing employees together in a physical classroom has fostered an increasing reliance on instructional technology to deliver training. How are companies leveraging such technologies to bring the classroom experience to dispersed learners?