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11 Reasons why employee training fails

If you’ve been in the corporate learning field long enough, odds are you have witnessed a training program that failed despite its great premise. Even organizations with a sound system in place someti...

7 Ways predictive learning analytics help deliver successful training programs

Corporate training evaluation focuses mainly on information retention and skills acquisition. The goal is to determine how successful a learning intervention has been. This involves measuring the posi...

How to increase response rates in post-training surveys

Even with the development of useful learning data that can be gathered from company learning management systems (LMSs), post-training surveys are still prevalent and their results are relevant. That’s...

3 Practical tips for a more inclusive training program

Training programs must be diverse and inclusive in order to prove their efficiency. More often than not, when it comes to employee training, there is no one-size-fits-all solution. Some people are mor...

Top 5 corporate learning KPIs for measuring training success

Adult learning principles haven't changed with the digital revolution, yet corporate learning has seen a spectacular transformation. This transformation also brought about the need to rethink the KPIs...

Online training practice in synchronous and asynchronous settings

A famous joke goes like this: “A guy goes to New York to attend a concert but loses his way. He spots another guy on the street, carrying a violin case, and asks him: Sir, can you tell me how to get t...

How to include storytelling in your e-learning content

We all know and share stories — of our family, pets, work, travel, life experiences. We refer to myths, folklore, and characters from popular TV shows to explain things to ourselves and others. We nat...

How to create learning campaigns for improved employee development

The business world is changing, markets are increasingly demanding, and employees often feel overwhelmed with the amount of new information needed to stay competitive. L&D departments are doing their ...

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 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...

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...

5 Tips for making Zoom training more engaging

Zoom was a life savior as the global crisis confined all of us to our more or less organized home offices. However, we all learned the hard way about Zoom fatigue, and today it’s hard to find anybody ...

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...

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 ...

4 Barriers to overcome in an inclusive training environment

I've recently watched an interview with a leading actress in a popular period drama. She was saying how she never imagined she could ever be part of such a big production because of the color of her s...

How to mentor an inexperienced instructional designer

With so many of the Baby Boomers retired over the past two years, combined with a global staffing shortage, your L&D department might have to hire an instructional designer with little to no experienc...

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