Learning and development (L&D) leaders worldwide are finding new and innovative ways to immerse their learners in training that drives business results.
The coronavirus pandemic has shifted both how many businesses operate and how many employees do their job. This episode of The Business of Learning offers insights on developing the future workforce.
To learn more and uncover the secrets behind effective training measurement and evaluation, we spoke with Asha Pandey, founder and chief learning strategist at EI Design.
This episode of The Business of Learning features Tiffany Poeppelman, director of LinkedIn’s business leadership program, and Amy Contreras, head of L&D at Uber Freight, who reflect on the learning trends we saw in 2020 and outline what to expect in...
Today’s leaders need refined digital skills to lead their teams through continued transformation and change and into the future.
The learning and development (L&D) field moves at a fast pace, as societal shifts and emerging technologies continue to impact the business of learning.
While remote work has its perks, including increased flexibility during such a turbulent time, L&D must ensure leaders have the tools they need to set their remote employees, and their organizations, up for success.
Design as a mindset goes beyond creating content — it’s a way of thinking that training managers can use to improve learning solutions and make an impact.
On-the-job coaching has become a popular topic across the L&D field and business at large. But what does effective on-the-job coaching look like?
Forget everything you know about virtual meetings. Imagine being able to engage with others, from anywhere across the globe, just like you would if you were sitting across the room from them. New technologies can make this happen.