Tag: microlearning

A group of leaders sit around a table discussing the challenges they face.
4 min

Leadership Challenges: How to Help Your Managers Perform Their Best

Managers will often face unpredictable situations that test their leadership skills, but with the right training,...
Manager onboards younger manufacturing worker by showing him the machinery.
10 min

The Importance of Effective Onboarding for Manufacturing Workers

By focusing on onboarding, manufacturers can close skills gaps and boost retention brought on by job...
4 min

Succeeding as an HR Department of One at Your Organization

When all the HR demands fall on one person, it can be hard. We share some...
7 min

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...
5 min

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....
A woman and her employee having a conversation regarding the employee's performance.
7 min

6 Techniques to Use to Enhance Employee Performance

Learn how to implement specific techniques that mitigate common roadblocks and spark stronger employee performance.
A group of happily, engaged employees participating in training.
6 min

Ideas for Using Your Training Program Beyond Compliance

Too often companies only use training programs to meet minimum compliance requirements. Try these ideas for...
Woman types on her computer while sitting at a desk in an office setting.
4 min

Content Curation Strategies for High-Impact Learning

Content curation is an important part of any employee training strategy. Curated content allows for a...
Blue-collar worker welds in a factory.
7 min

The Importance of Prioritizing Training for Blue-Collar Workers

While blue-collar workers are often skilled in their specific trades, it’s important to develop soft skills...
4 min

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...