The Story-based Learning Model can help formalize the informal, often murky, creative process of crafting a good story; it is a process designed to generate engaging content that supports the learning objectives while enhancing the learning experience.
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Learners in today’s corporate world demand content that’s engaging, relevant and available in their daily workflow. They want the capability to access learning content —formal or informal— at the moment of need to improve their skills and...
Evidence suggests that as popular as e-learning is, most employees still prefer good old-fashioned face-to-face learning. It’s not as convenient as an app on a phone, but it sure has a greater chance of making a difference in employee’s lives.
Organizations are providing training at record numbers, but a majority of decision-makers report growing gaps in critical skills that impact the business. Could it be that organizations are not matching skills to the best training format to teach them?
Whether you’ve been aware of it or not, you have likely experienced seductive details at some point in your educational or professional training experience. In fact, you may currently have them in your own training programs without even realizing it!
Informal learning accounts for a large portion of how employees consume information and apply learning to their work. Whether gaining tips from a colleague or watching a quick video online, informal learning occurs throughout our organizations every day.
Formal learning can be very helpful in certain situations. However, while it is important, there can be distinct disadvantages as to how useful this learning method is on the job.
Discuss the common challenges faced by learning leaders related to L&D operations, based on data from over 3,500 L&D professionals over the past five years.
Discuss the common challenges faced by learning leaders when it comes to engaging learners with training, based on data from over 3,500 learning and development (L&D) professionals over the past five years.