How Training Engagement Can Boost Your Bottom Line

Employee training engagement drastically improves profit margins. Lower costs with higher productivity and customer satisfaction help foster a healthier bottom line. This makes training engagement a critical competitive edge over organizations who aren’t prioritizing training that motivates. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

How To Catch And Keep Top Talent With Employee Training

The benefits of attracting superior employees and the high costs associated with turnover are undeniable. And, in a job seekers' market, the stakes are higher than ever. Learn what you can do to attract and retain the best talent on the market, starting with providing quality training opportunities. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Explaining Why Your LMS Should Be Mobile Ready

It's critical for Learning and Development objectives to remain relevant. Consequently, in an increasingly mobile world, your Learning Management System needs to be evolving along with it to meet learners on their terms and time. Find out the top 3 reasons your LMS needs to be mobile ready. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

How To Choose The Right Storytelling Strategy For eLearning Videos

Don’t we all love a good story? Stories resonate in ways that touch the human soul. Stories don’t just entertain. They teach, instill cultural ideas, and pass down information from one generation to the next. Here's how stories can be incorporated into eLearning videos. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Personalizing Videos: The Path To Creating A Better User Experience

Companies have turned to learning methods through videos to improve employee engagement and retention. Now that there are eLearning videos for all purposes, what can be done to ensure that your videos stand out from the rest in terms of quality and effectiveness? This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

The Best Way To Learn Effectively Using Microlearning

According to a study by Microsoft, our attention spans are now less than 8 seconds. With the digitization of the modern era, people have lost the patience to comb through pages of a book to learn new things. Instead, people have turned to the internet to find quick solutions to their problems. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.