The sales department is the main revenue-generating department in an organization. Therefore, every organization acknowledges the need for training its sales force. How sales training is perceived really depends on each organization.
A new sales person needs to be well versed with the product or service that he is going to sell. To be equipped with information about the products of one’s own company as well as those of competitors is a fundamental requirement for sales executives.
A training program will give an opportunity to organizations to inform the staff about the products or services that the organization provides. To learn and explore more on what sales people expect from product training and why eLearning is preferable for product training, download the Presentation on “Creating Product Training with Maximum Impact for Your Sales People.”
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E-learning is a boon for the training industry, but its implementation may be a challenge for companies. So, we should have a solid plan to implement eLearning successfully across the whole organization. We should make our organization ready for eLearning. We should encourage SMEs and training managers to make everyone aware of eLearning and clear their doubts.
I am sure you all agree that launching an e-learning course can be stressful, and I can understand how it feels when you submit your eLearning product to your client with small mistakes such as spelling, grammatical and functional errors. All these mistakes happen just because of short timelines, and the end result is you get feedback from the client about those spelling mistakes and grammatical errors.
Creating eLearning course titles that appeal to the right audience and give them a clear picture of what the course will cover is quite a challenging task, but very important. In this post, we will look at some tips to frame the right eLearning course titles.
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Gen-Y people or Millennials are the people who are born between 1976 and 1998. Gen-Y people have grown-up with technology and the Internet. Gen-Y people are tech-savvy and their learning styles are different when compared to baby boomers. They learn through screens rather than books. They have the very less attention spans and usually get bored quickly.
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Welcome to today’s post. Having recently purchased a smart watch, I sat down to see if this wearable device can be used to facilitate a learning experience. I’ve heard people complain that mobile devices are too small to be used as a complete learning solutions. If that’s the case, how does one expect to learn using the mini displays of these smart watches that hardly provide any readability? Are these devices designed only to display notifications on your wrist and measure the calories that you’ve burnt in a day? The answer is NO. Today, I’ll share some of my ideas on how these devices can be used as quick learning tools.
We see a lot of movies, TV soaps and dramas. But, how many of us know what it takes to create an entertaining program? It is a long process with several steps involving many people. Similarly, to produce a top-notch online course, we need to follow a well-defined process. In this blog, we will look at the 3 stages in which an eLearning course is made.
We often hear phrases such as learner centric courses, learner focused courses and so on. But, what exactly is a learner-centric course?
Audio plays a key role in enhancing the effectiveness of eLearning courses. It reduces the cognitive load on the learner and ensures better learning. But, how can you make sure that the audio you use in your eLearning course is first-rate? Well, efficient editing goes a long way in producing excellent audio.