Despite the advantages, remote work also has the potential to reveal and exacerbate inequity in our workplaces. Therefore, as we move forward into the future of work, the challenge will be to create workplace environments with equity in mind.
Let’s look at how far “fun” will get us within our larger, more comprehensive six-level approach to training evaluation.
Leverage emerging technology (e.g., business intelligence tools, artificial intelligence and mixed reality) and optimize data to better understand learner needs and continually adjust, as appropriate.
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Learning and development (L&D) and DEI have invaluable insights to share with one another and will become increasingly collaborative as time goes on.
For sales training program developers, this is clearly the time for fresh methods of delivering complex training information that truly sticks.
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With the EMPATHY learning experience model as the foundation for virtual design, learners are empowered to make deep, meaningful connections within the content presented.
Could COVID-19 be the catalyst we have been waiting for to give a much-needed push to transform the way we provide learning and performance support? Here are a few emerging trends to consider during this critical time of change.
Companies are challenged with creating nontraditional ways of attracting and retaining employees in a job market that favors employees.
It is a known reality that learners are diverse, so why not capitalize on one of the critical elements of diversity: varied backgrounds, especially professional experience, even if the experience is in various industries.
Training once a month or once a quarter will not work. Many organizations need more employees to be trained daily. However, getting employees to learn daily is easier said than done.
Employees crave opportunities to learn and grow — but with shrinking learning and development (L&D) budgets, it’s becoming more challenging to offer expansive learning programs.
Studies also show that one-to-one learning promotes greater learning, increased motivation, and also enhances persistence, retention and degree attainment.