For learning professionals, the remote work trend means that some of our favorite tried-and-true training methodologies aren’t as feasible. How can we design compelling and engaging training programs for the large number of remote workers?
Today’s assessments can increase engagement and change behavior. They measure knowledge and skills mastered, and, at the same time, training leaders can use the data to precisely identify areas of strength and weakness within a learning program.
As a training professional, you can design your curriculum in a way that honors the way the brain actually learns. That task can seem daunting, but you can start by reversing common misconceptions in your next e-learning initiative.
As human beings, we are wired to connect with and learn from others. An approach that eliminates this connection eliminates the most powerful aspect of leadership development. However, there are ways to reach across technology and support human connection.
Training Industry today announced its selections for the 2019 Top Training Companies™ lists for the training delivery sector of the learning and development market.
Read about some of the more universal soft skills and how they can help your employees — and in the long run, your company — by boosting morale and improving productivity.
Udacity, the global lifelong learning platform, announced today the appointment of Gabriel Dalporto as the company’s new Chief Executive Officer. Dalporto joins Udacity from LendingTree, where he served in several leadership roles.