Learning & Dev's Positive Deviance Approach

We, in learning & development, often focus on fixing what’s wrong. We try to find guidance on how to do it right, and then build […]

Training’s Renewed Role in a Rapidly Changing World

I’ve had a song stuck in my head this week. Unfortunately, it’s Cruel Summer by the 1980’s pop band Bananarama. Admittedly, summer doesn’t technically start […]

Five Effective Check-ins to Gauge & Improve Remote Learner Experience

We’re all learners right now. Most workers, still clocking in from home, are learning skills they didn’t know they needed. We’re learning skills like how […]

5 Ways to Keep Quarantine-Weary Learners Engaged In Training

It’s the start of June. That means it’s been 12 weeks since the Coronavirus pandemic sent most knowledge workers home to work remotely. We’ve been […]

Making Small Learnings Work

The label "micro-learning" refuses to die. You’d think, like most hype-driven buzzwords, it would have faded away. Its very persistence suggests, instead, that there’s some […]

How Learning in the Flow of Work Can Help Remote Workers

How much time for training do your workers really have? Two years ago, according to LinkedIn’s annual workforce learning report managers’ biggest training challenge was […]

Tackling Transitions in Your Employee Experience

Organizations have learned a lot collectively in the last few weeks and months. They learned how to transition to a digital workplace, whether that was […]

Star Wars: Light Years of Learning

Happy Star Wars Day, all! Fans of the iconic film series chose this day (originally, way back in 1979) to honor the magnificent franchise and […]

Celebrate Earth Day 2020 by Committing to eLearning

Today and all month long, we’re honoring Earth Day. It’s the 50th anniversary of this tradition, which began as an organized call to action – […]

Make Employee Training More Than A Checkbox

Over the past few years, one of the key messages I’ve shared with my fellow training, L&D, and HR people has been to shift the […]

Emotion in Learning

The behavioral and cognitive views of learning essentially viewed us as formal logical beings. And while a nice conception, it turns out to have little […]

New Springtime Rituals for Learning Pros in 2020

A global coronavirus crisis has put most information workers at home for the foreseeable near future and has changed the flow of business for many […]

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