It’s not about us. It’s about them but we need to be more creative and practical in how fix company induction to support new starters to perform.
If, like many of your L&D peers, employees in your organisation tell you they prefer classroom training, it’s important to understand their preference in relation to the perceived alternatives. I say this because I don’t […]
Anybody who’s delivered Induction programmes before will know that, far too often, they’re packed full of content that new starters couldn’t possibly remember. Organisations seem intent on overwhelming new starters with everything they need them […]
Just to qualify the title of this post, we (as L&D) might be working in the right direction as a result of our LNA but when individual performance and capability needs are aggregated into common […]
“Curation replaces noise with clarity. And it’s the clarity of your choosing; it’s the things that people you trust help you find. We [L&D] need to be the people that organizations trust to help replace […]
Let’s be honest, the best compliment any worker has ever given to compliance training was probably along the lines of: “That wasn’t as bad as I thought it would be.” Perhaps it could be likened […]
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.
When eLearning first appeared in the workplace, it was an innovative new way of reaching people. Employees learned at work in a way that few had learned before. The difference with mobile learning (or mLearning) […]
Workplace learning has changed dramatically in the past ten years and technology has been the primary driver of that change. However, it has not necessarily been learning solutions supplied by organisations that have been the […]