Pure Learning

We're a eLearning organisation that's all about 'putting the learning back into eLearning'. As part of this, we share our thoughts on eLearning, and other related topics, via our blog pages.

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Posts by Pure Learning

Surviving a changing workplace: Learn to adapt

To survive and thrive in a tumultuous digital world, you need to be flexible and ready for anything. Learn how you can adapt to change […]

Spaced repetition: designing for the way we remember

While our brains can remember many details throughout a day, it forgets a whole lot more. How can we place memories into storage and ensure […]

You're doing change communications wrong.

What's the bet that you've poured heart and soul into a change communications email, only to have it buried amongst 1000s of other staff emails? […]

Why and how you should foster a culture of collaboration

Your greatest investment is your staff; here's how to set up a more collaborative and connected environment for them to thrive in. Click the title […]

The simplest, yet hardest, challenge with video and animation

It's not surprising that most people find making great videos and animations a challenge. What is surprising is that they don't realise how simple it […]

Planning for digital transformations

Many organisations are eagerly implementing digital transformations or customer-focused journey plans. But how do you know if you've planned for every aspect of a transformation?  […]

The slow death of Flash and what it means for eLearning

Adobe is killing off Flash Player. To understand how you and the L&D space will be affected, you need to find out how reliant on […]

Don’t pay for training: Introduction

So, you know you’ve got a business problem. Before you shell out for training, consider this: is more training really the solution or is there […]

Don't pay for training: Set clear expectations.

There's a problem in your business and you think training might fix it. Before you do anything, make sure your people know exactly what they […]

Don't pay for training: Give feedback

Most people think they don't get enough feedback. Instead of jumping straight to training as a solution to your business problem, have you considered whether […]

Don't pay for training: Provide equipment and resources

Your people know what's expected of them at work, but there's still a problem. Before you decide to implement more training, think about whether they've […]

Don't pay for training: Remove punishment

Before you choose to pay for training, have you considered whether your people are being punished for their work? Performance suffers when people don't enjoy […]

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