How To Enhance Your Leadership Training With eLearning

The investment in building leadership skills is vital for any organization to ensure that team members are well-equipped in order to meet business results. In this article, I show you how you can enhance your leadership training through eLearning.

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6 Ways The 70 20 10 Model Can Help You Achieve Your Employee Development Goals Faster

The 70 20 10 model allows organizations to maximize the effectiveness of learning through experience, socialization, and formal training. Let’s take a look at how adopting it can benefit your organization.

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How To Build A Foundation That Supports Employee Learning And Performance

One measure that helps organizations retain talent is the investment in employees’ professional development. In this article, I share my insights on how you can set a foundation that will support employee learning and performance improvement.

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4 Ways Online Assessment Tests Can Prepare You For Career Advancement

Online assessment tests can be a bit overwhelming, but they have a purpose in the business world. Businesses want to evaluate a present or future employee by having them take online assessment tests. Check out these 4 online assessment tests that will help you with advancing your career.

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Professional Development Tools For Teachers

Education is becoming more dynamic with each passing year. The advancement of technology, especially in the last 10 years, is resulting in new ways of teaching and learning. Digitization is slowly entering into classrooms around the world.

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Giving L&D The KISS Of Life

Giving learning interventions the KISS of life mitigates the risk of boring our audiences to death. Why? Simply because if we make things difficult to understand people switch off, lose interest, or become bored. So, the KISS acronym reminds us of the design principle to “keep it simple, stupid.”

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