Category : employee-training

Stop Conducting Training Surveys

Earlier this month, I wrote a blog post about five ways to make your training survey questions more effective. This week, I'd like to discuss whether we should do survey questions at all? Seriously. Part of me thinks we should not conduct training surveys at all. 

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Guide to Overcome Writer's Block and Create on Online Course

Writing a training course is not much different than writing a blog post, an article, or a book. At some point, you will need to sit down and just plain start writing. Anyone who creates any type of content has had to face the dreaded writer's block. Even learning designers get to a point in which they are sitting at the computer staring at a blank screen, and asking themselves, "OK, what do I write now?" 

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Two Simple Ways to Improve Action from eLearning Solutions

Too many eLearning courses are lectures in the form of slides with content that learners must either read or listen to. The content usually contains abstract topics, such as processes, that learners are then expected to apply in real life. The problem is that there is a gap between a concept in a course and applying it in action. 

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How to Use Mindflash to Flip Your Classroom Training


Gone are the days when you have as much time as you need to deliver an effective training class. Few businesses are willing to dedicate the time necessary for people to learn new skills. After all, proper training is time consuming, expensive, and organizations need to operate as efficiently as possible. You have likely experienced this first hand in conversations with business managers in which you explain why a class requires four hours, while the manager tells you she can only give you ninety minutes.  

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Best Practices to Deliver Online Training Overseas

One of the reasons that e-learning is so successful is that it solves a problem of delivering training to audiences that are dispersed across the country and even around the world. Our workplaces have never been more global and the more global organizations are the more scalable and efficient e-learning delivery can be. 

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Mindflash's Updated Series Feature

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Motivate and Reward Learners with (Credible) Certificates

Last year, I had the opportunity to evaluate an industry certificate program with the intent of making it available to employees as a skill development program. My evaluation included completing an entire series of courses, at the end of which I received a certificate of completion. The certificate was automatically generated, and I was able to print it out as an official record that I completed the program. 

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Self-Paced Learning - When to Choose it

As you begin to learn about the different ways to bring e-learning into your organization, you will invariably come across the question, "Which is a better option: self-paced e-learning or live, on-line training?" It is not an easy question to answer because there are benefits and drawbacks to both methods.

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Top Five Tips for Improving Safety Training

Mandatory safety training programs run the gamut, from repulsive (remember Red Asphalt in Drivers' Ed?) to funny, to boring. But more often than not, it's the latter.

But they needn't — and shouldn't — be that way. After all, we're talking about workers' safety, right? What could be more important? The fact is, though, 

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What the Horrible Video Game E.T. Can Teach Us About Training

It's said that for every action, there's an equal and opposite reaction. A few weeks ago, I explored the connections between instructional design and the critical and commercial success of the video game app Angry Birds, and how many of the same principals that made that game so popular could be co-opted into training programs.

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