Training’s Transformation: Insights from Treion Muller

Has your experience in Learning and Development changed in the last 10 years? Without a doubt! Learners expect relevant information provided as soon as they […]

What Does it Take to Create Better Blended Learning? Chris King Weighs In

No training event stands alone. For maximum impact, each learning resource, event, and activity should integrate into a larger, more comprehensive experience. But how do […]

Content Strategy: David Dylan Thomas’ Blended Learning Advantage

Should you add “content strategist” to your modern learning repertoire? Learning and Development practitioners hear about emerging trends and “mission-critical” professional development regularly. New design […]

Communication: Mark Harter’s Training Secret Weapon

The training landscape constantly changes. For example, you could spend an hour a day researching emerging learning technologies and by the end of the week, […]

Can Gamification "Funify" Work?

Picture it: someone at a networking event asks you to describe your job. What words come to mind? If you answered “fun!” first, count yourself […]

EQ Over IQ: Lou Russell’s Perspective

As we deal with more demands on our time and new generations join the workforce, engaging learners and helping them become successful at their jobs […]

Maximizing Organizational Performance: Cues from Marjorie Derven

Ask your senior leadership what they believe most impacts the business’ performance, and you’ll likely get a variety of answers. “Corporate culture!” one might say. […]

Memory and Modern Learning: Perspective from Oded Ilan

Behavior change is the holy grail of training. Learning and Development practitioners strive to impact business outcomes by improving the skills of our audience. Performance […]

Expert Guidance: Diversity & Inclusion in Training

Global organizations are the norm now. The boundaries constraining corporate success and competition no longer fall along state, national, or continental borders. Growth, as demonstrated […]

How Do People Learn? Answers from Julie Dirksen

Often trainers become trainers because their organizations see them succeeding at their jobs. “Oh! You’re a great customer service rep. You can teach other people […]

Lead the Change with Social Learning: Tips from Jane Bozarth

Think about the last time you needed to learn something new. Were you sitting at your desk in your office? Standing in your kitchen trying […]

Memes, Critical Thinking, and L&D: Insight from Allen Partridge

As technology evolves, our ability to learn anytime and anywhere changes, too. Now, our possibilities seem literally endless. Constant communication, the pervasive availability of information, […]

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