It is a known reality that learners are diverse, so why not capitalize on one of the critical elements of diversity: varied backgrounds, especially professional experience, even if the experience is in various industries.
The pandemic has created the opportunity, especially for virtual instructor-led courses, to leverage experiential learning techniques.
The most effective learning leaders prioritize learners’ needs and preferences to place easily accessible, highly engaging and thoughtfully designed learning solutions in the hands of their learners.
Learning professionals should take time to examine experiences that are instantly and permanently stored in our memory and available for recall.
It’s inevitable: Cloud technology, data science and artificial intelligence are dramatically transforming how we work. Over the last 50 years, globalization has seen workplaces change to simplify business systems and the delivery of goods and services.
Fueled by the rise of employee engagement and employee experience as key strategic priorities for many organizations over the last several years, the learning experience has become a hot topic in training and development — and for good reason.