What are the design elements required for effective eLearning? Check this infographic to understand the role of design elements in effective eLearning.
Planning to formalize a collaborative learning environment in your organization? This blog offers details on the various aspects of collaborative learning.
Infographics are a sure way to spice up online training. Check this blog to know about the 4 ways you can use infographics in your online training.
Can you handle negative performance at the workplace through training? This blog gives you an insight into what training can and cannot solve, and how to identify if training is the right solution.
Online training may not be the solution for all workplace performance related issues, but helps employees hone their skills. To design effective online training, there are 4 ingredients.
It’s 2019 and it’s time you try out new initiatives to pep up your training programs! Watch these 7 TED talks to receive brilliant ideas on how to do it.
Does the workplace ethics training program in your organization offer real value? This blog highlights 3 ways to customize ethics training and the benefits of customization.
Although your existing static infographics are still effective, you can raise the engagement bar a notch higher by adding motion to them. How? Read this blog to know 4 ways jazz up your infographics for effective learning.
Organizations aligning their training to business goals witness a 40% increase in business. But, faltering on where and how to start? Read this blog to know the 5-steps strategy to align training with business goals.
Why should you evaluate your eLearning courses? Training managers can check this blog to gain insights into the importance of training evaluation in eLearning.
It’s not enough for training managers to simply rollout training programs. This blog gives you information on ways to promote asynchronous learning programs so that learners are aware of the value the training brings to them.
Learning is a process but most training is designed with a view that learning is an event and not a process. This is why these initiatives fail. Try approaching learning as a process and realize its positive impact on training.