The L&D Function

L&D Strategies to Create Immersive Learner Experiences

Immersive Learner Experiences

At the center of any learning experience is the learner. In order to meet learners where they are in their learning journey, the goal should be to custom-design learning experiences that are relevant, engaging, and personalized. Creating custom learning experiences can be difficult if you don’t have an experienced team that understands the best way …

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How To Drive Continuous Learning and Build a Learning Organization

Continuous Learning Organizations

“An organization’s ability to learn, and translate that learning into action rapidly, is the ultimate competitive advantage.” – Jack Welch   L&D teams can help companies transform into learning organizations by adding continuous learning opportunities during every step in the employee journey. These steps include onboarding, ongoing development & training, career paths, knowledge management practices, …

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Top 5 Best Practices for Managing Remote Training

Top 5 Best Practices for Managing Remote Training

Top 5 Best Practices for Managing Training for Remote Workers   Did you know that, according to a Gallup poll, 33% of US workers are always working remotely—and two-thirds of these remote workers want to continue working remotely? This trend, because of the current pandemic and changes in the way we work online, is only going …

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What It’s Like to Work with Curious Lion

What It's Like to Work with Curious Lion on Talent Development

Stories from the first 3 years leading Talent Development for a high-growth company This is a co-authored blog post between a passionate talent development professional (Phylicia Jones, “PJ”) and Curious Lion (told by founder, Andrew Barry, “AB”). Together we share our lessons and learnings on how to work together to create amazing learning experiences. Year …

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8 Ways to Quickly Reduce Your Online Training Expenses in the Event of a Budget Cut

reduce online training expenses

In itself, online training is a cost-saving measure, but sometimes, you need to cut expenses even further. Are there any ways to trim spending without lowering the quality of your course? Founder of The eLearning Industry’s Network, Christoper Pappas shares his thoughts in this special guest post. Online Training Solutions On A Restricted Budget Online …

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How to Avoid These Common Mistakes in Your Training Content Development

How to Avoid These Common Mistakes in Your Training Content Development

Did you know that only 16% of employees feel fully engaged at their workplace? That means the other 84%—perhaps 4 out of 5 of your employees—are merely “coming to work” without contributing anything meaningful. With numbers like that, it’s no wonder that disengaged employees cost businesses $550 billion a year. What can you do to …

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How to Find the Right External Partner for Legacy Content Conversion on a Tight Timeframe

How to Find the Right Online Learning Partner

Legacy content has served your organization well in the past. But now it’s time to turn those outdated online training resources into modern L&D marvels. How do you choose the right external eLearning partner for the task, especially if you’re racing the clock? Founder of The eLearning Industry’s Network, Christoper Pappas shares his thoughts in …

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9 Tips for a Productive Organization from the CIA

Invert, always invert

Instead of asking how to create a productive organization, ask how not to do it. Then avoid what causes the opposite of what you want to achieve. This approach to solving problems came from Carl Jacobi. Jacobi was the first Jewish mathematician to be appointed professor at a German university.  He is also known for teaching his research students …

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