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Accessibility to Artificial Intelligence for your organization is easier than you think. Implementing a digital learning platform powered by AI will put your workforce ahead of the rest. In fact, 27% of HR leaders believe that AI-powered solutions for employee training will have a positive impact on learning and development. How can digital learning powered by AI impact your organization? Driving engagement for learners Making learning truly useful for your people Creating a true corporate brain that realizes an exponential business impact Create a business impact and better employee experience. Explore the four ways to power up your digital learning. Download our eBook to find out more.
Leaders are looking for employees who can work with more flexibility and be ready to contribute as needs arise as they face a rapidly changing work environment. Qualities like this are essential for employers who want to prepare workers to take on a variety of roles throughout an organization. In other words, in a post-Covid world, everyone needs to be a utility player. Companies that prioritize a skills-driven culture can get ready to weather unforeseen transitions and prepare for what comes next. But what defines a skills-driven culture? Why is it important to develop new skills and flexibility in the workplace? And how can employers build competencies within their teams?
Workplace expectations are once again on the rise. L&D is now managing more than ever before, and often delivering training to a scattered workforce. The demands of modern learning are quickly showing the limitations of inferior solutions. In this eBook, we’ll breakdown the 5 ways that modern learning is rewriting the rules of the LMS.
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Modern employees are turning away from traditional education and learning toward certifications and online learning. You’ve seen the challenges facing today’s workers who want to take their careers to the next level. You know they need the credentials to get ahead and succeed. You also know they need modern learning tools to gain access to the future they want. So, the question is: what can you do to support them? In this white paper, you will learn how credentialing bodies can seize this golden opportunity to reinvent their approach and create scalable learning that is aligned with where education is headed. 
Engaged learning is unlikely to be the result of an aggregation of courses selected from content providers. The L&D department needs to stop only focusing on ‘courses’ (created externally of the organisation or wholly by L&D) and rather start partnering with the business. Tapping into tacit knowledge and SMEs in order to create resources and experiences which drive measurable value and performance. This eBook aims to demonstrate the power of SME learner relationships in driving engagement. Read the eBook and learn:  What engagement with learning - and the process of learning - really looks like  How tech can enable and support a culture of learning engagement and performance  Real examples of how progressive companies such as Vodafone, Avon, Carpetright and Scandic build and maintain an army of engaged learners
What does the future of learning bring to the corporate world? What are the challenges and opportunities? Read all about it in our guide to the changing landscape of learning & development. Topics in the eBook include: The global trends affecting L&D including upskilling & reskilling, sustainability and more How education technology can support your strategy for success in a changing world Tips and tricks for top-quality remote training and bright learning outcomes
As a training manager, your time and resources are spent developing others, and your own development is likely to be pushed to the side. But making time for your own development can help improve the effectiveness. In this eBook, you'll learn the skills you need to take your program management to the next level. You'll also learn: Characteristics of top training programs How to conduct a needs assessment to align training needs to organizational goals Tips for conducting data analysis to identify training trends
Few can dispute that the Covid-19 pandemic has revolutionized the workplace. Before the pandemic and according to a Gallup poll conducted in August 2020, the average American worker averaged 2.4 days of a 20-workday month telecommuting; during the pandemic, the average American worker is averaging 5.8 workdays telecommuting (Jones, 2020). One in four U.S. workers now works completely from home. While only 51 percent of Chinese employees work from home, 69 percent of U.S. workers do (Liang, 2020). After the pandemic has been vanquished, many workers will prefer to work at home either full-time or part-time (Courtney, 2020). Employers that offer work from home opportunities will enjoy advantages in attracting and retaining star talent. Download this paper by Dr. William J. Rothwell & Cho Hyun Park to learn their ideas on how to manage and improve on how virtual coaching can provide some effective solutions.
The role of L&D professionals is rapidly changing. Now is the time to evolve. Yesterday, "Agile" development was the exclusive territory of software developers. Today, new tools and resources are making it possible for learning professionals to easily deliver content on demand, in modern formats that are proving to be more effective in eliciting dramatically improved results.  Download this eBook to discover how learners’ expectations of content and delivery have changed, and how you can leverage that change to deliver stronger results to your organization. 
Emerging from the COVID-19 pandemic, many (if not all) companies are hyperfocused on boosting sales. A Google search for "sales enablement" yields millions of results—and a variety of conflicting definitions. Clearly, sales enablement can mean different things to different people. To some, it’s tools, tactics, and training. To others, it’s all about strategy, data, and analytics.  To us, it includes all those things—but it always starts with the story. Like any good book, your sales story should be a page-turner—keeping prospects hooked by engaging, inspiring, and making powerful emotional connections with them. But too often, the stories sales teams tell are fragmented, overly focused on product specs and features, or misaligned with marketing. The right story can make all the difference. And because research suggests that 50% of leads are qualified but not ready to buy, telling that story in the right ways at the right stages of the sales funnel is essential for converting new prospects into loyal customers. But an effective sales story involves more than delivering certain keywords to drive awareness, consideration, and decision as prospects move through the funnel. It should be a holistic, consistent thread that runs through all your communications to prospects—and one that’s laser-focused on the value you offer and the problems you can solve for them. Here are three critical steps to ensure that your sales team is telling a clear and compelling story about what you offer and why people will want to engage with your brand.
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