The digital transformation of L&D continues at pace. Indeed, corporate education may never return to the classroom. A more engaging and immersive digital solution is needed as global enterprises look to turn change into opportunity. Have a look at the startling stats that back up these claims and discover four essential ‘must haves’ to consider when planning your digital learning programs.
Employees want personalized opportunities for learning and development and career opportunities, and they aren't afraid to leave in search of them. Personalized training might sound like a lot of work - after all how can you spend time creating a customized training plan for everyone at your organization?  With the right tools, achieving personalized training doesn't have to be as daunting as you would think. In this infographic, you'll learn how to get started with this worthwhile effort without feeling overwhelmed.  You'll also learn:  What personalization tools other L&D professionals are using  How to use technology to streamline your efforts  The benefits of personalized training for individuals and the organization
On top of all your other responsibilities, you might have big-picture to-do items on your list, like "prioritize leadership development" or "create a high-potentials program." It can be hard to know where to begin with broad initiatives like this, especially when you're working with a new generation of leaders and need a new approach. The first step in developing millennial leaders is to get a better understanding of this generation. Once you understand what they want and need at work, you can create development opportunities, programs, and initiatives that resonate with them and set them up for success. In this infographic, you'll learn how to unlock the potential of this generation and create a workforce of strong future leaders. You'll also learn: How to measure the success of your development efforts Key characteristics of millennial leaders Why mentor programs are a must-have for developing millennial leaders What elements should be included in a custom development plan
Onboarding is your opportunity to create a strong first impression and set your new hires up for success from day one. But there's so much to accomplish during onboarding, so how can you create an effective and engaging experience that doesn't leave everyone exhausted? You can take your onboarding program from overwhelming to outstanding by breaking it down into phases! In this infographic, you'll learn how you can balance paperwork, relationship-building, compliance, and culture immersion by creating an easy-to-follow checklist for every phase of onboarding. You'll also learn: -Key elements of a well-rounded onboarding experience -What you can accomplish before a new hire's first day -How to incorporate culture and values into onboarding -Simple to-dos to make new hires feel welcome
Download this helpful infographic as a reminder of the 4 steps for leading virtual teams.  Outcomes of using Improv techniques to manage virtual teams Greater trust within virtual teams  Speed to deliver on business outcomes  Radical collaboration = quicker turnaround  Balance accountability with autonomy  Accountability and engagement on tough projects  Practical skills to manage difficult or negative conversations in a positive way  Techniques to improve empathy and patience
Running, launching, or revamping a training program is a lot of work. After deciding which topics to train on, who to train, how to deliver training, and dozens of other details, it's easy to forget to decide how to measure the success of your training program. Another reason training efforts aren't measured is because it's hard to understand what, when, and how to measure. When should I start looking at data? How soon is too soon to make adjustments? And what adjustments should we make? It can be overwhelming to look at your whole training program and make a determination if it's successful. Instead, breaking your program down into stages can help you set and measure goals every step of the way. This can also help you adjust your efforts incrementally, instead of doing a massive overhaul. In this infographic, you'll learn how to determine key performance indicators for each stage of your training program. You'll also learn: -How to break your training program into stages -What each stage should look like -How to deliver value at every stage
COVID-19 forced many organizations to transition to remote work in just a few days. But now that many employees have been working remotely for weeks, employers are beginning to realize the benefits of remote work, and many organizations will continue working remotely at least part of the time. Even though your teams might not be in the office, you still need to train your workforce on compliance topics like appropriate behavior or how to stay safe online. And because employees are encountering new challenges, you might also want to consider offering training on other topics, like productivity, effective remote leadership, software, and communication. The good news is that you can do all of this with online employee training. Now more than ever, it's important to make tools and resources readily available for your employees, no matter where they are. In this infographic, you'll learn how you can deliver a consistent and seamless training experience to your dispersed and virtual workforce. You'll also learn: Tips for sourcing content When to create your own content How to maximize training effectiveness The most impactful delivery methods
Leaders have a lot to manage. They need to move projects along, keep the big picture and goals of the organization in mind, and manage their direct reports. Servant leadership takes a new approach to traditional responsibilities by placing an emphasis on serving employees and removing obstacles to their success. Servant leaders help employees perform at their best by building trust and providing feedback that helps employees grow. They give employees the space to problem solve and learn new skills while also stepping in to help them overcome challenges when needed. Servant leadership helps build strong relationships and empowers employees to be their best, which benefits the organization and the bottom line. Like with most things, practice can help individuals become effective servant leaders. In this infographic, we'll teach you how to put servant leadership into practice. You'll also learn: -The characteristics of a servant leader -Ways servant leaders and traditional leaders differ -How servant leadership benefits your organization
They say an elephant never forgets, but as humans we forget a startling 80% of what we learn within a week. This phenomenon is called the forgetting curve, and it's a frustrating experience for training professionals who dedicate a lot of time and resources to training initiatives. But it's not just frustrating, it's also alarming to think that employees could be forgetting crucial information on topics like workplace safety or harassment. These gaps in knowledge leave you vulnerable to accidents, lawsuits, and fines. But there's a way to beat the forgetting curve! Learning reinforcement is the key to helping employees not only retain but also recall important information from training on the job. Quick recall exercises keep the concepts top of mind, which helps to prolong the impact of training in just a few minutes a day. In this infographic, you'll learn why reinforcement is important for maximizing training efforts. You'll also learn: The most effective research-based learning reinforcement methods The science behind the forgetting curve How learning reinforcement helps you save on training costs in the long run
When was the last time you examined the impact of your learning strategy? Use this evaluation tool to help determine which conclusion best describes your organization’s current learning program and what steps you can take to make improvements.
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