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How Can You Maximize Employee Training Value?

Employee training value means vastly different things to different organizations. To some, training is merely a necessary evil to meet a mandatory, and sometimes arbitrary, quota….

3 Tips to Identify Your Employee Training Needs

Employee training is more critical than ever for organizations to remain competitive. If you want to ensure certain standards, then you also need to provide employees…

Why Your Organization Needs eLearning Platforms Now

Today, 77 percent of U.S. companies give their employees access to online training programs. eLearning platforms boost  employee’s professional development and, ultimately, the company’s bottom line….

The Health Benefits of Continued Learning

Research findings through the past decade indicate a variety of long-term health benefits of brain stimulation through continuous learning. Life-long education not only stimulates soft skills…

3 Learning Management Trends Coming in 2019

Learning management, particularly in the corporate space, is a growth industry. And, it’s not showing signs of slowing down any time soon. In fact, a whopping…

3 Ways Mansplaining Could Be Harming Your Workplace

Merriam-Webster added mansplaining to its dictionary in 2018, indicating the verb describes “when a man talks condescendingly to someone (especially a woman) about something he has…

What is Employee Training and Why Is It Important to Corporations?

Employee training is a work program that provides employees with specific knowledge and skills to facilitate and improve job performance in current roles. However, while most…

5 Ways to Embrace Workforce Trends in 2019

With each new year, we face new workforce trends and initiatives with various levels of practicality. In 2018, we saw employee microchipping and limiting employee food…

Use Your Team’s Learning Style to Your Advantage

In our ever-evolving workplaces, employees are constantly bombarded with all sorts of information. The problem with this kind of information overload is that it can quickly…

Storytelling: Using Stories to Engage Learners

“Once upon a time” are some of the most well-known words in the English language. As soon as you hear those words, your mind sets itself…

Six Learning and Development Trends You Need for 2019

It’s that time of year again – spectacular foliage against brilliant blue skies, falling leaves, mornings as crisp as fresh apple cider. It’s also time for…