No Bonus? Blame Your Learning And Development Department

What happens when bonuses are not handed out? Could it be because performance expectations aren’t met? Shouldn’t learning practitioners shoulder some blame? You say no? Why not? Isn’t Learning and Development responsible for improving employee performance? Are they not partially responsible? This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

2 Learner Motives That Affect Training Success: Task-Involvement And Ego-Involvement

Some learners are motivated by a desire for self-improvement. They rise to challenges and embrace learning. Other learners are less motivated to achieve and struggle to learn. Understanding why, and applying the right combination of learning goals, can help them succeed. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Why Focusing On Training Content Vs. Learning Experience Is Counterproductive

A great learning experience contributes not only to the employees' growth, but it also helps companies achieve business goals, quickly adapt to changes, maintain a high competitive ability, and retain top talent through learning agility. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Better At Soft Skills: How Onboarding Can Help You Fill Your Staff’s Soft Skills Gap

You can teach employees hard skills at any time. Soft skills, on the other hand, are better taught early on in an employee’s career, as bad soft skills habits can be tough to shake off. Learn how you can combine onboarding with soft skills training and get your employees ready from the get-go. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

2 Traits Instructional Designers Need Most

What does training mean to you? Is it a simple process of transferring information, or a complex platform for transforming people and organizations – improving their performance, processes, customer relationships, and more? If you are new to this idea, consider this tip: think outside the classroom! This post was first published on eLearning Industry.