The most important component of a good corporate training strategy is an understanding of what your organization’s needs truly are. Continue reading
The most important component of a good corporate training strategy is an understanding of what your organization’s needs truly are. Continue reading →
What’s in a color? Well according to color psychology theories, a lot. When you’re designing training and eLearning materials for your employees, the colors you utilize can make a big impact on how the material is received, comprehended and even retained.
Every once in awhile, I too get excited about some tech that I really think is transformative. Video is one of such technologies.
The plain truth is we all have to compete with all manner of distractions to keep the attention of our kids, learners, students, employees, team members, bosses…. and the list goes on. Continue reading →
What do you do when you prefer e-learning for your employees but have a limited budget? Well, you stick to your choice, of course! Yes, it is possible to develop e-learning on a limited budget. We must realize that an astute business sense is not just about finding the least expensive way of doing things, but about using existing resources in the best possible manner. With the right tools and talent, you can create an awesome learning experience for your employees, without having to invest a fortune. Continue reading →
One of the biggest advantages of utilizing multimedia and eLearning as your corporate training medium is the fact that you can include so many unique components, including collaboration.
Yes, you can include collaboration in traditional classroom training, but when it’s part of your eLearning it can be done regardless of where employees are located, in an efficient and effective way.
Workplace safety is a big deal. Ignore it at your own peril. In 2014, 3 million non-fatal workplace injuries and illnesses were reported, and 4,679 workers were killed on the job. The National Safety Council reports that someone is injured on the job every six seconds. These injuries and illnesses are no laughing matter – they cost American businesses $250 billion each year in medical expenses and lost productivity. With all this in mind, we have assembled the top 10 safety courses requested by our customers. You can even preview one or two of them. Continue reading →
According to Pattys Davis of Development Dimensions International (DDI), Jennifer Naughton of ATD (previously ASTD) and Bill Rothwell of Rothwell & Associates, “competencies encompass clusters of skills, knowledge, abilities, and behaviors required for people to succeed. In this case, it refers to success across jobs in workplace learning and performance.” Continue reading →
Social media is not just a way to elevate your brand and market to potential customers. It’s also rapidly becoming one of the primary ways businesses connect with current customers on another level: as a customer support channel. Continue reading →
The healthcare industry is one facing constant changes and evolution, and 2016 is certainly no exception. Healthcare organizations from large to small are up against new regulations and government compliance challenges, issues regarding the creation of higher quality care balanced alongside shrinking budgets, and a lack of employees. Continue reading →
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