Ever wondered how you can provide personalized training to remote employees?    This infographic looks at three crucial aspects that every trainer/instructional designer needs to consider when planning a successful training program for your remote workforce. Knowing how to design on-demand training, how to embrace asynchronous training, and what is the best way to leverage technology can mark the difference between success and mediocrity. 
From storytelling to easter eggs to boss battles, there are tons of ways game designers keep players hooked. Download this infographic to incorporate these winning strategies within your eLearning content. Plus, turn to the last page to see an actual game in action, and download the matching project file to modify, customize, and keep for yourself! 
With the changes happening in the working landscape, from remote work to skill gaps, companies are having to move away from the old command-driven leadership practices. Managers are shifting to more of a supportive model where they offer guidance, and their employees learn how to adapt to change more easily.  Developing effective coaching skills is critical to organizational success. Whether you’re developing your employees or working to improve your own skills and capabilities, effective coaching skills impact business results.  In this infographic, you’ll learn:  Why coaching skills are critical to the success of your organization  Seven skills to develop to help turn managers and leaders into coaches  When coaching is most effective
Onboarding is a vital part of the employee orientation process. New hires need the right tools and information to become a productive member on their team and at the organization. However, for many, onboarding stops after Day 1. In this infographic, you’ll learn:  How to begin onboarding before an employee’s official start date  What should be done prior to arrival, on the first day, the first week, and the first month of employment  Why onboarding should continue for up to 6 months or more
For many companies, Learning & Development has taken center stage. In fact, 72% of executives agree that L&D has become a more strategic function in their organization. And among employees, 70% say they would leave their current company for one that invests in employee L&D. With heightened demand for Learning & Development opportunities, many companies are looking for ways to implement a simplified yet effective L&D strategy. Designed for HR professionals, this essential infographic outlines how to make your L&D strategy a seamless part of your organization, motivate your teams, and drive sustainable growth for your company.  It will help you:  Understand what’s valuable to both your employees and customers  Get to the L&D finish line as quickly as possible  Ensure what you are building results in something your employees and customers actually want
Engaging and managing teams and team members spread across the nation (or even globally) is sure to present some challenges. That’s why it’s important to understand those challenges and know how to tackle them. From communication to training, there needs to be a plan in place.  In this infographic, you’ll learn: How overcommunicating is beneficial, and the best ways to do so How to best use and lay out meeting times The best ways to deliver employee trainings
Remote work is changing how you learn. While 60% of surveyed L&D professionals expected to implement a virtual training strategy before COVID-19, remote work has drastically enhanced the speed of implementation for most organizations. Excitingly, this experience is recontextualizing learning and knowledge-sharing in unparalleled ways.   Download this infographic to have a quick reference of the research presented in the article, The New Normal: Connecting with The Remote Workforce.
Employees give an NPS of -29 to their organizations’ online training, despite an increase in digital investment More than 1,000 professionals from HR, L&D, and HR Consulting participated in Gamelearn's second edition of its annual report. Their answers were contrasted with those of employees to identify misalignments. And guess what? Some serious contradictions have been detected. According to the results of our survey, over 60% of companies have increased their online training budget compared to last year. However, professionals rated the online training programs they’ve received with an NPS of -29, clearly a failing grade. But it's not all contradictions, almost everyone surveyed agreed on what kind of solutions would provide both the engagement employees need to learn and the results organizations need to grow. Want to find out what they are? Click below to access the full report.
Growing a training program can be difficult whether you are just one person running it or there’s a team tackling employee training. It can also be stressful to take a step back and understand the strengths and weaknesses of your training program. Regardless of whether your program is brand new or already making changes at your organization, the potential it has for impact is high. With the right strategy, and a focus on continual improvement, you can reach the next training milestone and deliver even more value to your organization. In this infographic, you’ll learn: 5 phases of a training program KPIs for each level and strategies to reach each level How to prepare your program for success
The Great Resignation - or employees leaving their current roles for better opportunities in a post-COVID world - is well underway and shows no signs of slowing down. To survive and thrive, organizations must adapt to this changing economy and learn how to retain the best talent. Our infographic explains six strategies that can help your company attract and retain employees.
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