AI is rapidly gaining traction in the workplace. It is commonly used to screen job applications and to conduct interviews. AI can enhance on-demand learning and speed up online learning in response to demonstrated mastery.
Now that the rush of the holidays is over and we’re fully back into the swing of things at work, let’s take a moment to reflect on 2019 and plan a new year in training. We asked learning leaders to share their thoughts at the start of 2020.
Have you ever considered the competencies you need to perform your job effectively? Which skills are most important for training managers to develop, and how can you be sure you are cultivating them appropriately?
Your team is growing, and your current managers are overwhelmed. You need to hire and/or promote more managers to support your team. Beware of your first instinct: to promote the best performer on your team or hire the first manager who seems capable.
Whether you are looking to enter the industry or make yourself more valuable to your company and earn a raise or promotion, this data will help you chart out a path to accomplish that goal.
Sales training is an important part of any business organization. It teaches new knowledge and skills to the sales force and, if done correctly and with the right resources in place, can generate a high return on investment (ROI).
A crucial aspect of the role of learning leaders is the ability to develop an L&D plan that builds employee capabilities to support organizational goals while fostering a positive culture for talent development and retention.
If you’re looking to take your training management to the next step, you may be wondering if a training management platform is the right move.
There are many ways to build a learning services team; however, there are two key capabilities at the core of learning services today: consulting and design. With economic and digital disruption ever-pressing, multidisciplinary teams need to respond faster