Surge Private Equity LLC (“Surge”) announces its acquisition of Texas’ Norris Training Systems Inc. (“Norris”) on 1/3/20 and Manhattan’s Reyes Cleaning Services Corp (“RCS”) on 12/31/19. In addition, Surge hires Thiago Farias as Vice...
Are you torn between in-person and online training? It turns out that many learners like virtual training – and have good reasons to dislike in-person instruction. This article shares the top five reasons learners prefer virtual training.
O’Reilly, the premier source for insight-driven learning on technology and business, today announced the launch of Pro Series by O’Reilly blended courses, a new outcome-driven program.
Panduit Corp., a global leader of innovative electrical and network infrastructure solutions, announced today it has acquired global AV manufacturer Atlona.
As a learning leader in your company, you can play an important role in shaping the annual meeting. Use these strategies to plan an offsite that creates the results your company is looking for.
We know in-person training is effective – but it often just isn’t feasible. With multiple locations, employees around the world and workers often in the field, e-learning is often the better choice.
“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.” This quote from Benjamin Franklin, one of the founding fathers of United States, is in the initial slides of every course that I teach.
From an unexpected lack of audience participation to technology failures, the more sessions a trainer has led, the more likely it is that he or she has experienced a gambit of mishaps.
One of my university lecturers used to say, “Always define what you mean before you start to discuss something, or else you will find yourself potentially arguing at cross-purposes with someone using a different definition.”
Times have changed, and so have teaching and learning methods. New technologies foster an active learning approach, helping modern learners enhance their performance.