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Learning and Development Manager Roles and Responsibilities

A learning and development manager is expected to meet all sorts of responsibilities. They are, for examples, expected to report to the head of the Learning and Development department, manage end to end training activities, reach out to core employees about their training concerns and work with senior level managers in order to better implement […]

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The Week’s Best Articles in Training

From a creative piece on the importance of training on employee loyalty to the troubling new phishing scams, this week’s best in training offer something for everyone.  1. Once Upon A Time In Training In this creative article written by Margery Weinstein, she offers up some insights into why your trainers lessons may not be […]

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Reducing Interruptions at Work – How to Keep the Flow

Terri Griffith, of the Harvard Business review wrote a great article about finding flexibility and reducing distractions in the workplace. It is absolutely true that every employer demands maximum productivity from his or her labor force. The employees also wish to deliver their best and achieve the set objectives while aiming for a promotion or […]

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Blended Learning Models for Corporate Training

Companies that want to establish blended learning programs for their personnel will often turn to one of the four major blended learning models available. These models include the Rotation Model, the Flex Model, the A La Carte Model and the Enriched Virtual Model. The reason why these models were developed is because blended learning incorporates a […]

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5 Ways to Make Employee Training Leave a Lasting Impact

After finding the right people and spending valuable time and money on their training, the expectation is that employees will perform at a high level. However, if the training does not stick, they will not be able to meet your expectations. Performance during the training process, does not always equate to real results when it […]

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VIDEO: 5 Moments of Learning Need

Understanding the process of learning from a psychologist’s perspective is very important in ensuring that efficient training at the work-place. This video identifies 5 moments of learning which are: (1)When learning for the first time (2)Learning more (3) Remembering and applying learning (4)Learning when things change (5)Learning when things go wrong I really liked this […]

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3 Knowledge Retention Strategies You Must Try

There are all kinds of knowledge retention strategies, but they each have one common goal, and that is to prevent, if not eliminate, knowledge attrition. What knowledge attrition basically means is the loss of certain technical skills and expertise within a particular workforce. This problem takes on many different forms, from the retirement of highly […]

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This Week’s Best Articles in Training

This week’s best in training offers a variety of insightful pieces about topics like blended learning opportunities, the importance of corporate leadership in training support, and the opportunity that job aids present to workplace training. 1. I Learned 3 Things Last Weekend Tom Hopkins an international speaker and thought leader shares his thoughts from last […]

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How to make e-learning initiatives last longer: An insight

The growing popularity and presence of technology-aided learning in corporate life, has made sure that learners have continuous access to learning – whenever and wherever they need, increasing the reach of learning by leaps and bounds. But the issue that often baffles L&D managers is that–How long will the initiative last? In the current economic […]

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How to Combat Forgetting Curve in Corporate Training

All good leaders are well acquainted with the learning curve, but very few know anything about the forgetting curve. For those of you who don’t know, the forgetting curve is basically the opposite of what the learning curve is. It refers to the human tendency of forgetting ideas and information that we’ve learned over the […]

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