Compliance courses usually contain laws or policies which may be internal or external to a Company with dry content, making the learner face difficulty in understanding, remembering and applying these concepts. What will you do if you have to present these laws or policies in a simpler manner and help the learner understand better? More importantly, how will you help learners remember these laws or policies and link them with their jobs?
Best Wishes for 65th Independence Day to all. Let’s celebrate the freedom and salute the sacrifices of our great heroes.
A Case Study of A New Hire Orientation for A Leading IT Services Provider
Many top-notch organizations are using eLearning for business results. Let’s look at a case study of an organization that deployed eLearning initiatives for meeting specific business goals. The case study shared here is that of a new product course for a leading provider of professional services.
Visually presenting facts in online courses
What do you do when you have an eLearning course that contains a bunch of facts: numbers, trends, statistics, rates, and so on? How do you make your graphs, maps, charts, and tables visually engaging? More importantly, how do you help your learners remember some of this information?
There are age-old concepts called Empathy and Ego drive. And, it says that as a good sales person you need both. A sales person, who lacks either empathy or ego drive, can never sell. Do you agree?
Every organization acknowledges the necessity of training its sales force and in fact, it is one of the most challenging areas of training. For the simple reason that the stakes are so high. After all, it’s the sales team that brings home the moolah.
All improvements require change, yet, most people resist change. They prefer to stick to their long-established behaviors and old habits. It’s human nature and somewhat mental psychology that restricts human being from accepting change. Below listed are the top 5 reasons why people resist change. Take this poll and see the results.
Many people think that effective selling is the result of good communication. Agreed, but when they talk about communication skills, they only refer to the talking part and very conveniently forget about the listening part. There is a misconception that if a person speaks well, it means that he or she has good communication skills.
I was going through the book, e-Learning and the Science of Instruction by Ruth Colvin Clark & Richard E Mayer to refresh my mind and update my knowledge. Here, I would like to share the principles for effective practice exercises, which I follow for creating practice exercises from this book.