5 Reasons To Digitalize Your Corporate Training [Infographic]

A major challenge organizations face is training their global workforce consistently and uniformly, to reach organizational goals. Today’s employees are tech-savvy and chase targets and clients, without pausing to see the clock. Having such a learner group, across diverse locations, makes it difficult for training managers to schedule classroom training at a particular place and time. How can we overcome this problem?

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4 Proven Tips to Design Effective Infographics for Corporate Training

4 Proven Tips to Design Effective Infographics for Corporate Training

Infographics are a powerful microlearning asset used to transfer knowledge and gain the attention of learners. I’m a big fan of infographics and strongly believe in their ability to convey the intended message effectively. They help present text-heavy content in a visually appealing format, making them ideal tools for learning reinforcement. They can be used as “standalone” learning resources or as part of an online or a blended learning program. They can be accessed seamlessly on all devices and are useful for providing just-in-time (JIT) learning support.

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Multiple Solutions for Online Corporate Training

Multiple Solutions for Online Corporate Training

If you haven’t quite understood what the excitement around corporate training is all about, this blog is for you. Remember the good old days when corporate training involved sitting through a whole day of classroom presentations? I’m sure you do – you probably still do it that way. Sometimes these training programs were conducted over a couple of days; sometimes there was a day of the week that was dedicated to training.

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Contextualization – The Key to Address Diverse Learning Needs

Contextualization - The Key to Address Diverse Learning Needs

We all know that the learning needs of staff members in a company are diverse. The needs of sales reps are different from than those of service technicians. Likewise, the needs of administrative personnel are not the same as those of people working on the shop floor. So, how can organizations meet the learning needs of diverse groups of employees? The answer – learning needs to be contextualized to the specific job responsibilities of each group.

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5 Reasons to Design Training With A Problem-based Approach

5 Reasons to Design Training With A Problem-based Approach

Information has a way of implanting itself firmly and permanently in our brains, when we can relate to it. Educational institutions use day-to-day problems to teach very effectively. It’s called problem-based learning (PBL). Originally adopted to make medical school programs more interesting, it has since been used in everything from K-12 programs to corporate training. Let’s concern ourselves with the latter. In a corporate setting, an open-ended problem is presented to the learners, who, with the help of a variety of resources and under the guidance of a facilitator, must come up with a plausible solution to the problem.

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5 Sure-shot Tips to Create the Perfect Learning Blend

5 Sure-shot Tips to Create the Perfect Learning Blend

Blending classroom and online training formats is inarguably the best way to train your people – you can make the training highly flexible, while retaining the much-needed human touch.

How can you formulate an effective blend of learning methodologies to train your people? What does it take to ensure your hybrid learning initiative is a big hit? Well, focus on the following five important aspects.

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