Category : training

It’s Time to Get Personal in eLearning

April
25,
2016
Austin Martin e-learning 0 Comments

2017 will be the year of personalization in eLearning. As eLearning becomes more and more popular, students will demand more interaction, entertainment, and personalization. Going forward, a one-size-fits-all approach will no longer be the norm. Personalization in eLearning can mean a few different things from creating personalized learning plans and paths based on an individual’s job role, learning style, to capitalizing on students’ personal interests and objectives. Simply, personalized eLearning is student-centered learning in which the learning needs of the individual become the primary focus. Furthermore, it has now been shown that when delivery of blanket content is not interesting enough or specifically relevant that learners become disconnected and uninspired or unmotivated to learn. So, the time has come for the learning department or officers to look at the individual rather than the organization as a whole differentiated and diagnostic within an individual’s personal make up as to what will make the their training program and objectives more effective.

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Take Control of Your Personal Learning Journey

August
3,
2015
Gauri Reyes e-learning 0 Comments

A consistently-used criterion in the annual “best companies to work for” lists is the level of corporate investment in employee training. Yet, 81% of learners are responsible for managing their own personal development, according to a Training Zone infographic released earlier this year.

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How to Sell Training Internally

March
5,
2013
Bill Cushard ROI 0 Comments

Learning professionals spend a considerable amount of time trying to convince management that the training ideas we have are worth doing. Whether it is that new conflict management training or switching to e-learning for the first time, we too often run up against blank stares or direct rejections. We know our ideas will make things better, but often have a hard time convincing others. 

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INFOGRAPHIC - Fighting Workplace Woes - How On-The-Job Training Boosts Employee Morale

July
3,
2012
Mindflash training 0 Comments

If you notice a decline in employee enthusiasm, it may be more than just spring fever in the air. Low morale is typically a symptom of something more serious than temporary mood swings or day-to-day conflicts among your employees. But fear not: one of the simplest and surest ways to lift employees' spirits is to conduct empathetic and supportive on-the-job training.

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How Trainers Can Manage Their Social Media 'Brand'

June
14,
2012
Mindflash management 0 Comments

Social media and social networks, to say the least, have become one of the most common ways for people to communicate. Just about everyone — even your mom, probably — has connected somehow with someone else through as social-media tool.

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Twitter for Trainers: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced Ideas

May
31,
2012
Jessica Stillman training 0 Comments

How do you know an idea has gone thoroughly mainstream? It appears in melodramatic primetime television. This is even true of training. Take the 'Twitter for Training' episode of sudsy medical drama Grey's Anatomy from last year for example. Training blogger Jane Bozarth summarized the action at the time:

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Required Learning for Training Managers: Business 101

May
30,
2012
Bill Cushard employee training 0 Comments

Learning professionals need a host of skills in order to be successful. One that often gets overlooked is business acumen. If trainers don't truly understand how a business works, what it expects out of its training department, or what it ultimately wants its employees to be able to do, they simply can't be effective.

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What Storytellers Can Teach Instructional Designers

May
29,
2012
Jessica Stillman training 0 Comments
People love to hear stories and think in terms of the traditional  beginning, middle, and end structure we all associate with a classic yarn. It's a reality that many of have suggested putting to good use in a business context, from improving your presentations by making them follow the essential pattern of campfire tales, to  perfecting your personal
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3 Ways Training Managers Can Focus on Results

May
29,
2012
Jay Forte employee training 0 Comments

As educators, we're intimately familiar with the time and effort required to prepare and present any kind of training program, whether it's in a classroom or online, self-directed or a collaboration. Under-preparing for a program is a recipe for disaster, but sometimes even when we put the effort in to new learning initiatives, we still

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'High Stakes' Employee Training: The Crucial Role of Simulating the Consequences

In high-stakes training, one powerful technique to make training stick is to simulate the consequences as much as possible.

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