Five Resolutions For the Learning Organization

It seems that we have the idea we make resolutions only at the start of a New Year. As learning and development professionals, we can […]

Egg-cellent Team Building Challenge

Last week ej4 held our all-employee meeting in our Kansas City office. The mid-year meeting is all about recharging our batteries and giving the St. […]

Is Your Onboarding Process Ready for the Class of 2017?

It’s summer, which means companies are about to receive (and onboard) an influx of bright, eager, new college grads. I love the energy and enthusiasm those […]

LMS Implementation: A Concrete and Tactical Guide

Most sales professionals feel that their job is done after the close. Me, I like to keep up with our new LMS clients, right on […]

Making Training Meaningful

Training programs should offer incentive for employees to learn. By following four simple steps, you can make your training programs meaningful to every learner. Assembling […]

Top 10 Training Myths

Keep your training department and its customers knowledgeable by avoiding the Top Ten Training Myths. Training departments are sometimes viewed as being out of touch […]

Elevate Your eLearning: How To Storyboard Like A Boss

by Claire Narum Good eLearning doesn’t simply create itself (though that would be great, wouldn’t it?). Just like every Beyoncé starts by singing into a […]

Training Best Practices

By following five best practices, you can maintain an efficient and high-performing training organization. The practices by which training organizations operate are as numerous as […]

Microlearning Videos, Mobile and Social Learning, and Tony Bingham at ATD 2017

The Association of Training and Development held their 2017 International Conference and Exhibition last week with over 10,000 attendees and 300 exhibitors.  The week kicked […]

Corporate Training Development Tip #2: Draw on Other Fields

Corporate Training Tips & Tricks—Save Your Money & Prove Your Worth, Book Excerpt #2 NOTE: The following article is taken, with minor changes, from Corporate Training […]

A Note on Details: Which versus What?

When writing multiple choice questions, do you ever wonder whether the stem should read “what option should you choose” or “which option should you choose”? […]

Corporate Training Development: Draw on Other Fields

Corporate Training Tips & Tricks—Save Your Money & Prove Your Worth, Book Excerpt #2 NOTE: The following article is taken, with minor changes, from Corporate Training […]

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