Social Learning Blog by Dashe & Thomson

The Social Learning Blog by Dashe & Thomson provides weekly thought leadership on eLearning development, performance support, and how to get better results from corporate learning.

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Posts by Social Learning Blog by Dashe & Thomson

Reskilling and Upskilling: A Call to Action for the Industry

In the L&D industry, we don’t have an authority who sets the meanings of terms and strategies we see in learning and performance. You can […]

Skills Gaps in 2022

A skills gap is the difference between the skills you need and want your employees to have and the skills that they currently have. Having […]

From Training To Performance: Bridging The Gap

What Is the Disconnect Between Training and On the Job Performance A major struggle that arises after an employee goes through training is knowing when […]

Building Trust With Remote Workers

There has been exponential growth in remote and hybrid positions in the recent years, but with those new positions we have seen a decline in […]

Diversity & Inclusion In The Workplace

In today’s business landscape, organizations are making a great effort to have Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) present in their work environment. There are many distinctive […]

Training Challenges in the Workplace

Training modules are not a one-size-fits-all and should be created based on your organizations brand and culture. Having a well-structured and executed training module will […]

How to Sustain Company Culture When Working Remotely

What is company culture? Culture is the gauge in which values and standards are cohesive and reinforced in an organization. Strong company culture takes planning […]

Top Onboarding Practices for New Employees in 2022

The learning and development landscape has shifted dramatically in the last couple of years, and that includes employee onboarding. Many organizations are opting for fully […]

Microlearning for Beginners

Microlearning is a term that is used often in the learning and development world. It is an emerging strategy that allows learners to complete their […]

What Makes Someone a Subject Matter Expert (SME)?

In the learning and development world, the term “subject matter expert” or “SME” is used often to refer to individuals within organizations who have valuable […]

How To Build a Corporate Learning Community by Leveraging Social Learning

As learning and development professionals, we often focus on going beyond learning programs to create an organization-wide learning culture. This often includes taking extra steps […]

eLearning Pitfalls to Avoid in 2022

The emergence of virtual and remote work over the last two years has led to radical changes in learning and development strategy. In-person instructor-led training […]

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