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5 Most Favored LinkedIn Groups Every Training Professional Should Follow

No matter which industry you belong to, there seems to be 3 major business challenges – to sell more, to be compliant and to improve efficiencies.

Active and Focus Groups on Learning

Here are some good LinkedIn groups to get new age training ideas for training your sales force to sell more, operations team to improve efficiencies through process training and train your global workforce on compliance.

eLearning Edge – For Global Learning Strategies

Members: 24,770

E-learning Edge – For Global Learning Strategies is a popular professional group on LinkedIn and is attracting new members every day. If you are interested in organizational learning, bridging the skills gap of your employees and enhancing workplace human performance, especially with the aid of technology, you would want to be a part of this dynamic and vibrant global community.

You will get an opportunity to initiate and participate in vibrant discussions and intellectual conversation with peers from all over the world. You will also benefit immensely from cutting-edge learning resources that the group’s management shares regularly, in the form of Webinars, “How to Guides,” and eBooks that provide ideas and suggestions to implement technology-enhanced Learning.

Chief Learning Officer magazine

Members: 31,900

Chief Learning Officer is yet another popular resource for getting up-to-date information about latest developments in workforce learning and development across various industries. As part of this group, you will be interacting with a network of learning executives representing some of the leading global enterprises. You will notice that some of the well-known figures in the domain of corporate learning come together to interact and share their experiences with peers. It is a worthy place to be if you are aspiring to be tomorrow’s leaders in the L & D domain.

The eLearning Guild

Members: 46, 346

eLearning Guild is a well-known community that provides support, resources, and platform for exchanging ideas for e-learning professionals. The eLearning Guild’s LinkedIn Group is for the benefit of the members of the eLearning Guild. The group is open to all e-learning professionals such as instructional designers, developers, training managers, L & D managers. This is the place to be if you would like to be the first to know about latest authoring tools, instructional design or learning strategies being used. It is also a good platform to voice your ideas and share learning experiences with peers across the world.


Members: 91,927

ATD is the Association for Talent Development (ATD), and is the world’s largest association with members from over 120 countries. It focuses on developing talent at the workplace. You get information about events, seminars, and resources that are published or organized by the association. The insights and discussions are helpful to develop strategies and implement best practices in organizations to improve knowledge skills and abilities of employees.

Learning, Education, and Training Professionals Group

Members: 2,00,000

If you are looking for a group that is more comprehensive and all-encompassing to include a broad spectrum of individuals who are related to learning, training, and education, this group might interest you. This group not just includes learning and training professionals, it also includes project managers, learning environment engineers, and senior personnel responsible for corporate training initiatives in their organization. You could get insights into best practices for learning and training, ideas and resources to implement them in your organization. Being a large group, it caters to a broader segment of the professionals.

Join these groups on LinkedIn and get a good insight of what’s happening in the world of training today.

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