The One Word Resolution (2021 Edition)

“Start a blog” was my New Year’s Resolution for 2012. Almost 7 years and 835 posts later, I’m still here. (Full disclosure: my colleague, Heather Snyder, […]

Last-minute Gift Guide for that Special Trainer in Your Life

With the holiday season upon us, just the simple fact that we’ve made it through 2020 with our health and important relationships in tact should […]

6 Steps to Effective Organizational Change Management

Most organizations today are in a constant state of flux as they respond to the fast-moving external business environment, local and global economies, and technological […]

10 revealing compliance training research stats for financial services [Infographic]

A recent survey shows that 44% of financial services employees don’t feel very well equipped to protect themselves or their company following mandatory compliance training. […]

Expand Your VILT Repertoire with Webex

In the 2020 Covid-era VILT platform showdown, organizations are choosing different platforms for their training departments for various reasons (cost, security, and available features, to […]

Learner performance. It starts with great content. [Video]

Do you spend too much time thinking about learning delivery and not enough about the learning content? Brandon Hall Group’s Principal Analyst, Michael Rochelle, sees […]

An L&D Professional’s Birthday Wish

Today is my birthday, and my wish for this year is that I get lots of presents. Since you’re just reading this now and not […]

How to Engage Learners

When it comes to how to engage learners, finding the magical formula can seem like catching a mythical creature. In theory, it is absolutely attainable, […]

Can Curiosity Be Taught?

Like many other parents right now, I have children at home who are learning online. While our school is doing a good job with this […]

Trainer’s Guides for Zoom and GoToTraining

In the spring, the whole world seemed to need to move to online meetings and virtual training, almost overnight. On April 1, we asked Train […]

Troubleshooting for Trainers

Do you walk into every training development project knowing exactly what needs to happen to make it a success? If you are like me, probably […]

What can trainers steal from online, k-12 instruction?

Back in March, schools abruptly closed and went online. It was a messy experience for students, teachers and parents. This fall however, many schools and […]

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