You – Yes, You! – Can Make a Professional Training Video

It’s hard to imagine employee training without videos. Chances are, every single person reading this article has watched at least one corporate training video at […]

User-Generated Training and a Culture of Learning

Okay, so you read the title of this article and started pulling your hair out, right? I hear you: “Is EVERYONE a trainer now?” “What […]

The Miracle of Self-Directed Training

The first time someone called me an “autodidact,” I did a double take.  But then I decided to look it up.” I discovered that an […]

Boost Your Value! Become a Mini-SME

So there you are, tapping a pencil on your desk. Checking your email. Nothing. You look to see what’s happening in the local online paper. […]

5 Creative and Smart Ways to Spend Your Training Budget Surplus in Q4

Sometimes the stars align, and it just works out right: You have more money than time! The year is nearing its end, and you know […]

5 Ways to Keep Your Trainers Happy — and Create Great Training

If you don’t work in training, it can sometimes seem like L&D professionals are never satisfied. Like Columbo in the 70s TV series, they’re always […]

Are There Some Things That Can’t Be Taught?

Imagine yourself watching a sporting event. Any sport will do, and any level from middle school to professional. There’s a star on the team – […]

Forget the Crystal Ball: Use This 4-Phase Approach To Forecast Your 2020 Training Needs

Who wants to be a training Nostradamus? If you’re smart, you do. Great training professionals are always looking to the future. You have to keep […]

How to Ensure a Turbulence Free Global Training Rollout

We all appreciate when something goes smoothly — no one likes a bumpy ride! A global rollout of any kind of initiative can be turbulent, […]

Centralized vs. Decentralized Training: Is One Model Better?

It’s time to stop arguing about decentralized vs. centralized training — and start training. “We can’t let the field offices develop training. They’re not trainers!” […]

Five Ways to Engage Students with Scenario-Based Learning

In scenario-based learning, learners work through challenges or exercises presented along a specific story line. Good scenario-based training is aligned with the job performance expectations […]

Mobile Learning: How Small Screens Can Lead to Big Results

So you’re feeling pretty proud of yourself because you’ve finally implemented responsive web design in your training! Your trainees are happily pecking away on their […]

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