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Why your employees don’t start to train - and what to do about it

Not everybody starts training right away after the online program kicks off. That’s okay, since training whenever it suits you is actually one of the […]

8 ways to improve extrinsic training motivation

Imagine you have put a nice online training in place and you have thought of everything: the program meets your employees’ needs, it’s relevant to […]

Reflection is progress

In countless speeches at countless Christmas and New Year’s drinks, we invariably look back on the year that is behind us. Just for a moment, […]

Friendliness among colleagues: just as self-evident as customer friendliness?

Customer friendliness went through a stormy development as a measuring stick in a lot of organizations the last few years. Supported by the necessary training, […]

Manager, your communication is below par: unwillingness or ignorance?

Managers and employees don’t communicate enough with each other. Of course, you and your employee don’t need to be best friends, but at the moment […]

TrainTool & Red Cross win silver 'Excellence in the design of learning content' award

Wednesday November 29th we were in London for the Learning Technologies Awards ceremony, together with over 800 others. We were nominated in no less than four […]

8 ways to improve extrinsic training motivation

Imagine you have put a nice online training in place and you have thought of everything: the program meets your employees’ needs, it’s relevant to […]

Changing employee behavior with Fogg's 3 steps

Changing the behavior in your organization means that employees have to work on themselves. This usually comes with some resistance. Watching someone cycling up a […]

Train your in-house coach!

Appointing in-house coaches or ‘buddies’ can be a good way to train and coach (new) employees. A less good idea: leaving these important coaches (volunteers, […]

Arts vs natural sciences: Interdisciplinary (mis)communication?

The distinction between the natural sciences and the arts is omnipresent in the way that students are educated, in high school as well as at […]

Infographic: David Kolb: Training in circles

Learning never stops. It is a circular process that is better explained to us by education scientist David Kolb. Together with Ron Fry, he constructed […]

6 reasons why it's time for mobile training

Look around you in the street and chances are you'll find most people staring at their smartphone. Nowadays, a large part of daily activities is […]

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