When organizations roll out any kind of technology, they are seeking efficiency and future-readiness. However, in the absence of a planned and structured roadmap and strategy, the impact of technology is often diminutive.
Many trainers have learned how to teach on the job, through trial and error. Fortunately, there is a depth of knowledge about how adults learn and how to facilitate their learning.
Encouraging learners to manage their own learning journey is a growing challenge. If you’ve ever created a non-mandatory course and then sighed in disappointment when registration was low, marketing your offering may be the solution.
Whether you’ve been aware of it or not, you have likely experienced seductive details at some point in your educational or professional training experience. In fact, you may currently have them in your own training programs without even realizing it!
Discuss the common challenges faced by learning leaders when it comes to engaging learners with training, based on data from over 3,500 learning and development (L&D) professionals over the past five years.
Beyond being a simple course player, a modern LMS must support these different delivery methods, enable adequate tracking and analytics, and give employees a learning experience that helps them see the value of each opportunity.
Successful learners are the ultimate outcome of any training course, but that objective is not always reflected in the strategies and goals companies set for their training initiatives.
The problem isn’t that businesses aren’t investing in training their sales teams; the problem arises when the training doesn’t adequately address key pain points associated with today’s sales learners.