Jim Cusick September 2, 2021 Training and development are critical for success in your career or as a contributing member of your company. Therefore, it makes sense that companies spend ~100B annually on investments in employee training. According to LinkedIn’s 2021 Workplace Learning Report, this investment number will climb higher. I have been the beneficiary … Continue reading Reevaluate Training and Development Budgets for Accelerated Learning
Dave Brock June 7, 2021 I was participating in a webcast recently. One of the speakers pose an intriguing and important question, “Do you have a daily learning objective?” The response from the audience was predictable, a minority of the participants had a formal objective. Some had good intentions, the majority had no formal plan. … Continue reading Do You Have a Daily Learning Objective?
Lovepreet Dhaliwal June 1, 2021 Even though 87 percent of millennials believe learning and development in the workplace are significant, only 29 percent are satisfied with the career advancement opportunities available within their workplace. However, employee training is becoming increasingly important, and companies are recognizing its worth. As a result, the total spending on employee … Continue reading How to Make Employees Adapt to Learning at Work
Harvey Singh December 27, 2020 Enterprises, learners, and organizations are making an evident shift from traditional learning to online learning. This apparent swing has initiated the need for a robust learning platform online that delivers apt knowledge to learners. This is a complete guide to Learning Management Systems, which will help every organization and learner … Continue reading A Complete Guide to Learning Management Systems
Dariya Lopukhina — March 5, 2020 Free-Photos / Pixabay With younger generations in the workplace and increasingly in leadership roles, they want more access to continuous learning resources. For those in L&D teams, this means that your learning platforms and learning management systems (LMS) can’t stay at static repositories of courses and materials anymore. Why … Continue reading Why It Matters to Incorporate Continuous Learning into Your LMS
By doing small, experimental campaigns and learning from them, we can refine our marketing approach to resonate with our customers. Stacey Ackerman on August 21, 2019 As marketers, we’re taught that the more we research and plan, we improve our chances of getting our marketing right. But is getting it right always the right approach? … Continue reading Here’s why experiential learning is better than being right
Felipe Bernardes, 27 August, 2019 Is Online Learning Right For You? When online education first started gaining steam, people were under the impression that this was some kind of phase that students were going through. But with each passing year more and more students are opting for online education and more programs are being developed. … Continue reading Is Online Learning Right For You?
Mel Rubbelke — July 1, 2019 — July 1, 2019 Think back to the last time you were frustrated by a colleague, friend or loved one because they didn’t understand you and your ideas. Were they over communicating, asking for meetings and calling or pinging all the time? Were they not communicating at all? Maybe … Continue reading How I’m Learning to Become a Chameleon in My Work Relationships
Larry Kim — January 29, 2019 Follow @larrykim — January 29, 2019 A few decades ago, when you wanted to learn something new it typically meant spending a couple of evenings a week at a local school, taking a photography or bookkeeping class from a bored night school instructor. Today, the worlds of learning and … Continue reading 40 Amazing Places to Learn Something New Every Day
Paul Keijzer — January 28, 2019 Follow @Paul_Keijzer — January 28, 2019 In Part 1 last week, I covered the essential beliefs that you must have to create a culture of learning in your team. Part 2 will cover specific actions you can take that will create learning opportunities for each individual in your team, … Continue reading 8 Actions that Will Promote a Learning Culture