Blended learning, which combines instructor-led and digital methods of learning, can provide the benefits of both approaches while eliminating some of their weaknesses.
In their simplest terms, diversity is the “what” (gender, race, age, disability, religion, sexual orientation, etc.), and inclusion is the “how” (measure of culture that enables diversity to thrive).
When you’re looking for an effective training program that creates behavior change, delivers business results, is cost-effective and is sensitive to your learners’ busy schedules, the best approach is blended learning.
Roundtable Learning, an award-winning learning experience company that delivers AR, VR, eLearning, and ILT, today announced the company’s rebrand and new company website. The robust rebrand elevates Roundtable’s focus on immersive reality.
Training has come a long way from relying on traditional lecture-based classroom sessions to offering a rich menu of learner-centered options for delivery. However, in many cases, an instructor-led training session is still the best way to engage workers.
Involving leaders in training initiatives has many advantages — if you do it well. Here’s why you should consider involving your organization’s leaders in company training initiatives, how to do it successfully and the impact you can expect to see.
L&D professionals often evaluate delivery methods based on the organization’s overall learning objectives. Most use multiple delivery methods, because a single modality can’t do everything well. So, how can you choose training delivery methods?
Rather than try to forcing people to be extroverts, what if we leveraged the strengths of both extroverts and introverts? We need both types of talent. Let’s look at specific strengths of introverts and extroverts and how they show up in the classroom.