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Posts by Engage in Learning

The Case for Multimedia eLearning

The multi media principle - which states that people learn more deeply from a combination of both words and pictures rather than words alone -,is […]

5 ways to keep elearners engaged

We all know the challenges that virtual training can bring: Learners "skip through" the content and don't complete the course No post course testing (so […]

Is training a waste of your time?

At a recent Learning and Development Show I was engaged in conversation with a visitor to the stand. A CEO of a medium sized company, […]

Can you have Learning without Development?

Humans have been evolving for over 300,000 years. Honing survival skills. Beating a path to intellectual and physical dominance. Our evolution has been very successful […]

What can Coronation Street teach us about Modern Slavery?

The popular ITV soap Coronation Street is working with The Salvation Army to raise awareness of human trafficking.

Calculating ROI in L & D

It’s commonly accepted – at least by those who pretend to know about these things - that learning brings benefits. Yet – for the benefit […]

Navigating eLearning?

If you’re all at sea when it comes to eLearning, there’s help a-hoy…

Is respect the most important role of a Leader?

Conventional workplace wisdom says that a ‘good’ boss manages people effectively. This is vital if people are to achieve optimum productivity levels each day - […]

Conducting a Training Needs Analysis? Don't Panic!

"An organisation's ability to learn and translate that learning into action rapidly is the ultimate competitive advantage" - Jack Welch (Former CEO, General Electric)

Is Leadership just a numbers game?

There used to be a view that business leaders merely told their workers what to do and the workers got on with it. This simplistic, […]

How to be a Change Leader - tips from the top

If you want to be a successful change leader, you must understand your assumptions about managing change – if only to help reduce your frustrations […]

Which one of these 7 Leaders are you?

  If you want to be successful in your job as an L&D professional, you need to include change leadership skills in your skillset as […]

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