Logicearth Learning Services Blog

Logicearth Learning Services, based in Ireland, was formed in 2009 to support organisations in the implementation of high impact digital learning in a practical way. We specialize in the development of multi-device digital learning content and using learning technologies, bringing the latest thinking in design, learning methodologies and technology to practical execution. Through continuous researching of trends in the marketplace, we are early adopters of solutions that are practical, effective and that will get results for your organization. Our mission is to be the most customer-centric of all learning services providers. We aim to inspire and support our clients, offering them modern workplace learning solutions that best fit their needs. Our standing in the industry is demonstrated by our involvement and repeat business with clients such as Kerry Group, Bank of New York Mellon, Allianz Global Investors, eir, Capita, Fexco, Mastercard and many others. Additionally, we contribute to the modern learning movement as a thought leader, both on our blog (blog.logicearth.com) and on social media.

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Posts by Logicearth Learning Services Blog

Seeing red with compliance training: what is it for anyway?

A few years ago, I was new to the role of a project manager. Still a bit ‘green’ and intimidated when reporting to a very […]

How to motivate employees using competitive learning

We are all familiar with the idea of the learning curve. It is a very personal experience that we all go through many times in […]

How to Reduce Barriers to Learning

We all know that the workplace is changing, people are more mobile and increasingly remote, new expectations have changed the rules, new talent is hard […]

Designing for learners on the move

What is mobile learning? Mobile learning (or mlearning) is the use of mobile devices to access learning content, allowing users to learn at their own […]

What does gamification mean for talent development?

What is gamification and how can we implement it effectively for talent development? We examine the evidence surrounding gamification techniques as a way to increase […]

How to increase learner engagement

Learner engagement remains a challenge for organisation leaders and talent developers. In LinkedIn Learning’s 2019 Workplace Learning Report, the No. 2 focus area for Talent Development […]

Instant Learning - The reluctant eLearner

The landscape of learning has changed dramatically, with most workplace learning happening on the job rather than through formal courses. Knowing this, our expert Learning […]

How off the shelf content addresses L&D challenges

L&D professionals are challenged to provide multiple services that answers the needs of their diverse workforce and the future skills needs of the organisation. They […]

How to assess your learning culture

To build a positive, effective learning culture in organisations, you need to understand the level of involvement that managers and employees feel they have in […]

What is a learning culture anyway?

At September’s Learning Live event in London, the reported No. 1 priority for senior Learning and Development and HR managers was ‘Creating a learning culture’. […]

Increase Employee Engagement with Digital Learning

More and more organisations are investing in improving employee engagement, and this year we’ll see another leap forward in the sophistication and impact of those […]

Virtual Design Team

Virtual training makes sense. When you consider the see-saw of pros and cons, it is hard to get away from. Let’s take a register of […]

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