Companies rely on training to upskill employees and drive culture, but many, if not all, learning and development (L&D) organizations face obstacles to successful training.
In times of stress and rapid change, the most successful L&D departments are the ones that remain a sea of calm in chaos.
One surefire way to ensure that your training event produces actionable insights in participants is to incorporate emotion. The reason movies, plays, concerts and sporting events produce such vivid memories is because of the emotions they generate.
In modern business, change is constant. Creating a relaxed space for trainers and leaders to share information about change is critical if learners are to engage and participate in the process. One way to create such an environment is to use humor.
As a new decade dawns, it’s a good time to explore how global changes in work are altering the way organizations develop their people. Business has changed dramatically in the last 10 years, and there are a couple of shifts worth touching on.
Blue Sky eLearn announced has acquired learning development and strategy company, IMPART! and will now be offering learning strategy, design and development services in house, in conjunction with their Path LMS™, webinar and live streaming services.
Using applied improv as an experiential learning methodology aligned with the pillars of VUCA enables learners to shift their behaviors and attitudes in the moment.
A definition for strategy that is frequently overlooked but that deserves attention is “an adaptation or complex of adaptations … that serves or appears to serve an important function in achieving evolutionary success.”
Is the jump to obtain the latest technology sometimes too hasty? Here are three reasons why great digital learning strategies don’t start with technology and some tips to help you determine your technical requirements.
Today's workforce wants to learn, develop and grow.As companies continue to develop learning environments, there are key elements to consider to ensure learning is a part of everyday business, not a side product or nice-to-have activity.