As the Chief Compliance Officer (CCO) of your company, you have a command over the subject, but don’t know how to transfer that knowledge to your employees? Are you thinking of an online training provider that exactly suits your company’s compliance requirements?
Sales reps have tight deadlines, diverse product lines, and vast territories to deal with. When they join your organization, they first need to get up to speed on your working, vision, and ethics. You need to ensure your onboarding is effective to make them comfortable and help them start delivering fast.
E-learning is being rapidly adopted by many corporate companies, and healthcare companies are not far behind. As the industry is focused on the health of people, employees need continuous training on different aspect such as regulations, safety, and compliance. But, what does it take to create a good online training course for healthcare professionals? Do you simply dump classroom PowerPoint decks and documents on the LMS and expect your learners to consume all the knowledge in them? That cannot be a pleasant training method for learners. So here are 4 best practices that will help you deliver top-notch training to your healthcare professionals.
Sales are the driving factor for most organizations. Every organization has a product, physical or virtual, which they want their consumers to buy to increase their profitability.
Training new hires is of paramount importance, since young guns are often the driving factor of sales teams. But, companies often face some challenges in readying the new guns as their training needs to strike a balance between many factors of sales. Right from product information to soft skills to industry knowledge, a new hire needs to be taught all these. Hence, designing a course that fulfills all of this while capturing a millennial employee’s attention is very difficult.
Employee Talent has a direct bearing on achieving business goals. After all, if your employees do not have the necessary skills or knowledge, they will be unable to accomplish tasks essential for business growth. Therefore, training employees and making the best of the talent pool within the organization becomes a top priority. In order to achieve this goal, you will have to first understand:
Did you know that Great Britain has one of the best health and safety records in the world?
Here is an extract from workplace health and safety statistics for the year 2015-16 in Great Britain.
In recent years, the demand for Human Resource Information Systems (HRISs) has been increasing at a steady pace. A recent report published by Market Analysis shows that the market for HRISs will record a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 2.4% between 2017-2022, reaching $9.2 billion by the end of the period.
In this blog post, we’re going to go over what makes an ideal onboarding program, and how you can make this a reality in your organization by using technology-enhanced learning programs, or eLearning.
Translations of corporate training programs go a long way in ensuring employees across the world receive uniform training, at the same time, in the language of their choice. This is increasingly important as organizations today have realized the importance of training to stay successful.
“Every problem is a gift – without problems we would not grow.”
Failure and problems teach us so much in life. So, problem-solving role play is used in many cases to teach numerous aspects. But, when you deliver training online, how can you ensure that the learners get the experience of facing real-life problems? How can you ensure they acquire the ability to solve the problems? Problem-based learning might be the answer.