This week we explore common obstacles you will face when designing a learning strategy for software training and provides some tips for developing your own strategy.
Participating in classroom sessions, reading dense instruction manuals, or watching webinars requires a lot of your employees’ and your customers time. It can take months to complete training. After all this, customers are unlikely to retain most of the new information they hear during training. So what do you do?
Foregoing the opportunity to show new users how to navigate your platform effectively during onboarding not only lowers your chances of retaining them, but it also weakens customer loyalty in the long run. To avoid churn, low retention rates, and general confusion about what you offer as a business, here are some user onboarding best practices.
This week we explore what cross-cultural competency is and how successful employees within diverse teams need to be able to identify and communicate points of connection (shared goals, priorities, values) that transcend their differences and enable them to build relationships to work together effectively.
In this post we explore what adaptive thinking is and what someone needs to do to become better at responding to new challenges they haven't faced before. How can people learn to respond better to new situations? In your training design, provide plenty of opportunities for your employees or customers to be exposed to new situations that challenge them to adapt.
Bite-sized, vertical videos are being consumed at a rate of over 3 Billion per day. Are your employees equipped with the new media skills to maximize this increasingly popular form of content distribution?
We look at inspirational examples from Elon Musk to Steve Jobs to Albert Einstein to explore what computational thinking is and what someone needs to do to become better at working with big data.