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4 Ways to make sure your training programs make an impact

One of the most frequent school-related jokes is that we learn complicated things that prove to be inconsequential later in life. I’m not here to debate the usefulness of various subjects as they cert...

3 Essential elements for collaborative innovation

There’s a lot of emphasis on collaboration nowadays. Great teamwork has many benefits, the most important being quick conflict resolution. However, there is one downside to that. If everyone is workin...

3 Ways to improve your online training user experience

Whether your learning materials are e-learning modules, videos, podcasts, or SME lectures, with the speed that technology and user demand are evolving at, there's a good chance you could do better whe...

Why Project-Based Learning could be the right format for your team

One of the greatest challenges of instructional design is finding the right practical activities that allow learners to use the new knowledge in relevant, day-to-day situations. However, even when the...

What corporate L&D has to learn from Professional Associations

History tells us that trade guilds were rather powerful in Europe from the eleventh to the sixteenth century. These were associations of craftsmen and merchants formed to promote the economic interest...

How to make hybrid training engaging and impactful

In the past eighteen months, a new type of training delivery emerged – the hybrid model. In a nutshell, hybrid training means that some participants are in the room and others (including the facilitat...

6 Organizational culture books to help you deal with the crisis

It’s clear that with the end of the pandemic in sight and glimpses of what the new normal will look like, companies need to tend to their cultures. Some organizational cultures have taken a hit during...

What to do about your organizational culture after the crisis

Organizations with a strong, positive culture have weathered the global health crisis and all that it has brought with it a lot better than others. However, every company and every person working ther...

The e-learning tools every L&D professional needs

The greatest thing about technological development is that now we have useful tools for many things that took a long time to get done before automation. The not-so-great thing is that there are so man...

Supporting self-directed learning in corporate training programs

Many corporate employees prefer self-directed learning, which is a celebrated professional development method. L&D specialists usually create learning paths for each role, but they also curate many va...

Why every organization should consider talent mobility

Organizations around the globe strive to acquire and develop the best talent they can find. It’s not an easy task in today’s economy and demographic situation. An important aspect that companies have ...

Talent development for better Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

A recent McKinsey study “reaffirms the strong business case for both gender diversity and ethnic and cultural diversity in corporate leadership [...] The most diverse companies are now more likely tha...

Why managers should be actively involved in training

“People leave managers, not companies” often comes up whenever we talk about leadership. The truth is that the way managers interact with their teams influences the team members’ satisfaction and enga...

The power of the group: Using wikis in corporate training

Corporate employees are tired of conference calls. Whether it’s cameras on or off, from home or the office, Zoom fatigue got to most of us by now. Managers find it increasingly difficult to get team m...

Trust: the superglue your organization needs

Today’s news is all about a staffing shortage on a global level. There are several reasons for this, some related to the global health crisis, some to generational characteristics, and some to how cer...

How to foster a positive online learning community

One of the perks of social media is that it’s easy to find people with the same interests as yourself. I think it’s safe to say that there is essentially a group for anything, regardless of how niche ...

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