in eLearning Industry by Laura Overton
Business alignment is a key part of demonstrating value. But what if you don’t have any evidence to show how well aligned you are with business activity and organizational goals?
in Training Mag by Diana L. Howles
If online videos are not designed and delivered well, they may not have an impact on learning and performance, or worse, may not be watched at all. Leverage effective video for training with four core elements: great message design; on-camera presence; visual staging; and technical quality.
in Training Industry by Dale Ludwig
The transition between training design and delivery is never easy, especially when the designer and trainer are different people. Decisions about structure, examples, exercises, interactions, even slide design may be intuitive to the designer and profoundly confusing to the trainer.
in Training Mag by Susan Cain
Introverts get into positions of leadership when they care about a cause and people start to trust them, not because they have the loudest voices or larger-than-life personalities. When introverts draw on their natural strengths as leaders, they often deliver even better outcomes than extroverts.
in ATD Blogs by Diane Senffner
Blended learning addresses all the aspects of adult learning that a classroom often misses—practice, application on the job, and assessment of performance steps. In addition, there must be some type of performance support to reinforce what has been learned, which a blended approach can easily achieve.
in Learning Solutions Magazine by Bucky Dodd
What does it mean to be an innovative eLearning professional? In an industry where innovation is a popular buzzword and change is the only constant, how can eLearning professionals embrace opportunities to innovate and create sustained value and growth within their organizations?