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Sleep Better, Train Better

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Training is not for the meek. Standing in front of a room of participants for a defined length of time, attempting to impart valuable information or instructions, is not a job that the typical person would relish.
It’s easy to fall into the trap of planning before agreeing upon a desired outcome. Trainers are particularly susceptible to this pitfall, because they are often comfortable with last-minute requests and pride themselves on being nimble and responsive.
Organizations have been adopting e-learning, on-demand learning and microlearning for a while now. What corporate L&D needs to do now is recognize and incorporate informal learning into a connected and intuitive ecosystem.