What should employers know about leadership training for Millennials?

The Millennial is one of the most elusive and misunderstood generations in the workforce right now, yet they are also one of the most important. These young people grew up in a different world than anyone before them, particularly as it pertains to the reliance on technology.

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Focus on feedback: How to effectively evaluate your eLearning

Your corporate or organizational eLearning simply is not working.  It is falling flat, and you are unsure of why. You have followed all the best practices in your course design, but your learners simply are not engaged, and they are not taking value from it. Plus, they are resistant to even completing your eLearning at this point.

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Medical device manufacturers turn to eLearning to improve TTM

The medical device industry is incredibly competitive and success or failing becomes highly dependent not just on the quality of product you are producing, or the level of innovation, but on how quickly you can introduce it into the marketplace. One of the most important areas of concern is time to market (TTM).

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Gamification: Avoiding the struggle with employee engagement

One of the biggest complaints employers have in terms of training and development is an overall lack of engagement on the part of employees.

It is difficult to increase the level of engagement employees feel toward corporate training materials, regardless of how important the information may be, and employees who do not feel engaged tend not to retain information, leading to big problems in the workplace.

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eLearning paves the way for improved Overall Equipment Effectiveness

Medical device manufacturing is a complex industry, primarily because of the amount of regulation it’s subjected to, on both a federal and state level. The bulk of these regulations stem from FDA guidelines and this has a major impact on everything from how equipment is operated to employee productivity.

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Make it meaningful: Tips to evoke emotion in corporate eLearning

Are your training attempts falling flat? If you feel like your employees aren’t engaged, aren’t able to retain information and simply aren’t getting the most from your organization’s training and eLearning, there may be one big culprit: a lack of emotion.

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A Guide to Navigation Styles and How They Impact Your eLearning

Navigation is an important component of eLearning, because it serves as a framework and guide as to how the information will be presented to the learner. It really directs the learner through the entire process of what they’re learning, lets them know how they’re progressing, and gives them essentially a status report of what they’ve done, and what’s to come.

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Want your eLearning to work? Follow these 8 essential writing tips

If you’re in the manufacturing industry, or really any industry requiring your employees to undergo intensive training and development, eLearning is your best tool for achieving your goals.

eLearning provides opportunities to improve efficiency, overcome traditional barriers to the training process, and present material in a way that’s going to improve overall retention and comprehension.

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