Trainers and facilitators employ a range of methods and techniques to embed what they want employees to “learn” so that, when employees return to the workplace, enough of what was delivered remains to influence performance. […]
Social Learning is the preeminent term in Learning & Development at present. It is, however, as mystical in practice as it is prominent in rhetoric. The problem with understanding what Social Learning can do for […]
Often times, tips for engaging learners in corporate online learning include external features and novel delivery methods. These range from using animations, “real-life” scenarios, game-design, leaderboards, and badges. But with learners actually spending more time […]
It seems to be the perennial challenge for L&D leaders: how do you get your employees to want to engage with e-learning? It’s comparatively easy to get employees to complete online compliance training – you just threaten them. But for building the capability of knowledge workers, I still think e-learning is yet to deliver on its promise.
The potential for mobile learning is to engage employees on their terms and provide useful learning in a format that they recognise and want. But we know this, because we’re mobile users ourselves, and that […]
As L&D wrestles with how to modernise in a world where most employees go to Google as a first port-of-call, what’s the opportunity for suppliers and coaches in all of this? In short: Greater value […]
Web-searching at our moment of need has changed the way we learn – both at work and at home. That’s whether we’re: Looking for a tasty new Macaroni Cheese recipe; Figuring out how to replace […]