Employee Training and Development
 

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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Simplify to Win in Corporate Training: Interview with ManpowerGroup

I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Robin Silverman, a Senior Consultant with Right Management. Robin has over 20 years of experience researching, designing, developing and facilitating customized programs that deepen employee engagement with business strategy. She was kind of enough to share her expert insights into employee training and engagement. In this interview, Robin […]

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Why Employee Training Is About The Long-Term

Employers, managers, and employees all ask themselves the same question: are training sessions really worth it? The answer is yes. Right after the sessions, training may not seem like it was valuable, but in the long run it will be worth it. Employee training is important and worth consideration, time, and investment.  Something that most […]

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Knowledge Management Training Exercises You Must Try

Knowledge management training can be considered as a specialized form of training that helps trainees and personnel to use and distribute existing information within their organization more efficiently. This training process further allows personnel to better absorb new or updated data from their colleagues with less effort and trouble, allowing them and the organization to […]

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Virtual Classroom Training Benefits and Tips

A virtual classroom is basically the medium that makes e-learning possible. This system is designed after traditional online educational models, but with additional virtual access to all learning materials, tests, research data, assessments, and external sources, including R&D departments and corporate databases. Virtual classrooms are one of the most important tools for corporate training programs, […]

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INFOGRAPHIC: What Employees REALLY Want from Software Onboarding

1 in 6 employees quit or considered quitting a new job due to ineffective software onboarding. That means that those who stayed with the company were unhappy about their job within the first 90 days of employment. What people really want out of onboarding is structure and training, not freebies and perks. I found this […]

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Three Keys to Building an Effective Learning and Development Strategy

Are you new to the Learning & Development (L&D) profession, or a seasoned L&D professional stepping into a new role? If so, you may ask yourself, “Where do I begin? What steps do I take in order to create an effective L&D department? Are there any tools out there that can help?” One of the […]

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Team Development Activities for Training Managers

Although team development affects different kinds of personnel from all levels and departments, their importance to managers and corporate leaders cannot be understated enough. After all, managers are, by definition, the ones who have to manage the teams. They are the ones who must oversee and supervise the people who make up the entire group. […]

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4 Steps to Make Employees Productive from Day One

Every workday counts. All companies want to improve their employee productivity, but not all of them understand just what is required to actually get new employees to that productivity. A Forbes study revealed that that there are a shockingly high number of employees in non-management roles who are not working at their productive capacity. This […]

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