Tag: learning culture

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Can’t Get No Employee Satisfaction? How Efficient Training Can Help

Employee satisfaction and retention are top challenges for companies to overcome. These five factors have emerged...
Man sits in office library and takes online training.
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Why Nurturing a Learning Culture Is Important for Your Small Business

Nurturing a learning culture in small businesses is vital because career growth opportunities are a major...
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The Big Idea Behind 70:20:10

70:20:10 describes the optimal sources of learning for successful employees by focusing on both formal and...
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6 Tips for Scaling Up Training in Your Organization

The quality of any training program has a direct correlation to the success of an organization....
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ALIGN 2021 Spring: Learning and Connecting Virtually

ALIGN 2021 Spring brought together learning professionals from across industries to discuss best practices, trends in...
A group of happily, engaged employees participating in training.
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Ideas for Using Your Training Program Beyond Compliance

Too often companies only use training programs to meet minimum compliance requirements. Try these ideas for...
Instructional designer sits are desk and looks at computer.
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How Instructional Designers Can Leverage Off-the-Shelf Training Content

When instructional designers embrace off-the-shelf training content, they can focus their valuable time and skills where...
Women employees giving two-thumbs up as feedback to the video call.
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How to Collect Training Feedback to Improve Employee Development

To determine whether training is effective, you need to hear from your employees. Here are several...
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How L&D Can Use Social Learning to Empower Employee Development

Social learning can impact many areas of your organization, such as recruiting, onboarding, and training and...
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Why Learning Preferences Are More Important Than Learning Styles

The validity of learning styles has been proven to be unfounded, but a new study suggests...