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New Year’s resolutions: 7 training goals for 2022

The beginning of each new year is traditionally an opportunity for a reset, both personal and professional. From a business perspective, this reset means setting objectives […]

Before and after a webinar: How to engage attendees

When you think about how to host a webinar, you may be tempted to focus exclusively on what happens during the training. Your first questions […]

6 must-have skills when working remotely

As people suddenly transitioned to remote work, they were bombarded with relevant articles around logistics. Most tips covered questions like: How do I remove distractions while […]

Off-the-shelf training: How to grow employees’ skills with ready-made courses

When thinking of employee development, you’ve likely debated at some point whether to go with off-the-shelf training or create your own course content. Off-the-shelf training is […]

Training your sales team: Six best practices

Most likely, you’re already pretty proactive about supporting your sales team. They are, after all, directly responsible for a lot of your company’s revenue. But […]

Training employees online? Beware of these challenges

Whether you’ve recently transitioned to online training, thinking of doing so, or have just introduced a new LMS, one thing is for sure: tech could […]

Employee onboarding survey: Expectations vs. reality

You want your recent hires to hit the ground running and thrive in their new roles. And that means preparing them for success from day […]

How to apply Gagne’s nine events of instruction

Born in 1916, educational psychologist Robert Gagne’s nine events of instruction learning model is still very much in use today. Centered around how people (he […]

Diversity and inclusion training: The role of managers

In the “Diversity Day” episode of The Office, middle-manager Michael Scott (instructed by his company, Dunder Mifflin) organizes a diversity and inclusion training event for […]

Employee development: How to convince managers to train their teams

Good news. After presenting your employee development business case to the board, your proposed L&D budget has finally been approved. With the finances in place […]

Does your team need a knowledge transfer plan?

Chances are you’ve already met Kate (or someone very like her). Kate’s one of the top-performing account managers in your company. She’s been with you […]

Learning metrics: Can they show that your training is failing?

When it comes to your training program effectiveness, data could tell the difference between a win and a total failure. You already know that learning metrics are […]

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