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"If you build it, they will come," right? Unfortunately, this is rarely the case for training. Creating a successful program goes beyond selecting courses and implementing a learning management system. Success for your learning and development (L&D) team means high utilization of employee eLearning courses and strong learner engagement. Yet, engaging learners at your organization can be a daunting task, so we’ve gathered simple, cost-effective strategies from companies just like yours to share with you. Download this white paper to read more. 
Score Winning Results Using Games for Spaced Learning No matter how engaged your learners are during a training session, they tend to forget what they learned over time—a phenomenon known as the "forgetting curve." Leveraging training games, in short, repetitive sessions spaced out over time (often referred to as spaced learning) has been proven to work! Download this eBook to improve training recall and minimize a loss of knowledge.
Did you know that organizations with a high-impact learning culture have 37% higher employee productivity? Download your free guide, "Build a Learning Culture in 5 Steps," and learn how you can develop a learning culture within your organization.
Training programs can influence employees' attitudes toward the company. Professional online courses are a great opportunity for skill development. Thanks to the numerous innovative features of the learning platform, employees can make the most of their time and take great courses.   Instructors often struggle to deliver high-quality skill development programs. Not only are they easy to create using MATRIX, but the deployment of modules is also efficient. Also, employees like to participate in training programs because they are involved and include innovative features. What you will learn from this brochure: The most important skills in the workplace How trainers can promote skills development with MATRIX How MATRIX can boost employee retention rates
The Equal Pay Act of 1963. The 9-to-5 movement. Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In. The battle for gender equality in the workplace has a long history and it’s one that’s still being fought in every industry and level of work, from C-suite offices and boardrooms to service centers and shop floors. Along the way, new terms have emerged as our collective understanding of gender dynamics has grown: the glass ceiling, the broken rung, impostor syndrome, pink-collar jobs. But what is the state of gender diversity and equality in the workplace in 2022? How much progress has been made in closing the gender pay gap and uplifting underrepresented groups? To answer this question, we’ll look at recent statistics and headline-making stories about women in the workplace, piecing together the overall picture of gender equality today and how to move forward. Before we dive into the data, and anecdata, it’s important to get some context on gender equality as a whole. Discrimination doesn’t start and stop at the office door, it affects every aspect of life, from the personal to the professional. And it begins much, much earlier than you may think.
Training can be a costly process but it’s an important part of employee engagement and retention. With any training plan, leadership will want to know how much the training is going to cost, the profitability of the training, as well as what the value of it is to the organization overall.   That’s why proving return on investment (ROI) is a vital step in any training strategy. ROI helps leaders better understand how the efforts of the organization are performing and what changes need to be made to get the desired results. In this ebook, you’ll learn: The training costs of compliance, onboarding, and upskilling/reskilling  How much it will cost an organization if they don’t train employees  How to calculate ROI for new managers, compliance, and onboarding plans
A recent Fortune/Deloitte survey found that 71% of CEOs are anticipating that this year’s biggest business disrupter will be a skills shortage - costing businesses trillions of dollars by the end of the decade.    Finding the right kind of training to address the skills gap is a huge challenge. The marketplace is awash with traditional programs intended to boost a standard array of skillsets. But many of these won’t complement the specific transformation you’re looking to make. Especially as L&D teams are increasingly challenged to align learning programs to their organization’s strategic business goals.  How you choose to train your teams has never been more important. Learn why work-based learning is superior to traditional training and 6 key reasons businesses are embracing it to future-proof their business.
Over 25 Thinking Tools to Help Learners Scale
Organizations must commit to continually evaluating the employee learning experience and how technology is either making or breaking that experience. Is it disrupting their workflow? Is it hindering productivity? Do learners actually enjoy and find value in the programs they use? Is it making them better at their jobs? Is the work and time spent using systems having a positive impact on the business goals? These are questions that must be asked, assessed and acted upon. Download this eBook to learn how it’s done.
In high-consequence industries, accidents can lead to loss of life, general disruptions, or risks to safety. Imagine the business impact if your organization were suddenly unable to meet compliance, service, or production commitments. That’s not a position you want to be in. Keep these six things in mind as you make your contingency plans
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