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As today’s professionals compete in an ever-changing digital world, they rely on learning to advance their careers. For organizations, this means an unprecedented opportunity to help learners achieve their long-term goals while boosting business ROI. Unfortunately, many companies are still at the mercy of outdated traditional learning management systems and courses, resulting in low learner morale, high dropout rates, and revenue loss. But these issues can be counteracted by focusing on the three core pillars of an effective learning program. In this eBook you will learn: What the 3 key pillars of an effective learning program are How to develop strategies for incorporating these pillars into your own programs How to create more engaging, effective programs that support long-term success for your learners and your business
Compliance is not just something extra we have to do to manage risk and follow the law. It touches on almost every aspect about how we work. Getting compliance right should never be an end goal; it should always be something wedo on the way to the larger organizational/business and culture strategy. Download this white paper to learn more about how compliance can be part of a culture strategy. 
Creating accessible online courses provides an opportunity for people with disabilities to learn successfully. Additionally, developing compliant courses reach a larger more inclusive audience, and it can be a legal issue. In the US, Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 requires that government and educational organizations make learning accessible (including eLearning). eLearning developers need to take into consideration creating eLearning that is accessible to people who are blind or visually impaired, deaf or hard of hearing, physically disabled, and developmentally disabled.
Budgets are tight in this new pandemic economy. If you’re in charge of training a sales team, you know how hard it is to justify any new investment in your program these days.
You can’t do your job if you don’t know what’s going on.  So, you gather your team for a mandatory staff meeting.  Maybe they grumble and complain about how this impedes their autonomy, or maybe they gleefully prepare dog-and-pony slides in which they play the hero. Either way, you end up sitting through a meeting where each of your team members answers the unasked question of "how’s it going" in his or her own way, and you’re left to decode what’s really happening, what problems they’re glossing over, and what results you can actually expect next week, next month, and next quarter. 
In this session, we'll discuss how you can use the flexibility and functionality available to you in the online environment to effectively design corporate learning experiences. We'll focus on best practices and tools you can use to take your content to the next level and motivate your employees to engage with the professional development opportunities that are available to them. By exploring how to make the most of the learning experiences you're offering your employees, you can empower your teams to grow and adapt to a continuously changing work environment. Encouraging employees to upskill in this manner results in a boost in engagement and an increased skillset that can be directly applied to an individual's work and benefit the organization as a whole.
In this webinar, a PowerPoint crackhead shares his mania with all of you.   It’s an addiction, we admit the need to do everything more quickly, with fewer moving parts, and less manual repetition. Let PowerPoint do the heavy lifting for you! Microsoft spent billions of dollars streamlining the Office interface to be fast and efficient, but not too many use any of the really cool features. 
Are you looking for creative ways to maximize virtual classroom tools, and get ideas to create interactivity and engagement in your virtual classes? Join us in a 30-minute "sprint" encore presentation by Cindy Huggett to gain new ideas and a fresh perspective on using virtual classroom platform tools. You’ll leave with several ready-to-use activity ideas that can be immediately put to use in your own classes. Note that this session is limited to the first 400 registrants!
In the current climate, we’re having to respond quickly to the challenge of operating in a fully virtual, at-distance, world of learning. This insight addresses the challenge of how to take a blended learning journey—a sustained learning experience that blends a mix of media, events and channels, over time—and cater for when face-to-face engagement is no longer an option. L&D teams around the world are having to adapt, and to adapt quickly. Global organizations are adjusting rapidly due to the unprecedented impact of COVID-19, and there’s an increased urgency to support change and deliver effective transformation while working and learning at distance. The impact of this transformation is likely to leave a lasting legacy beyond the immediate crisis. If organizations can embrace and deliver effective virtual learning at this time, the benefits (reducing unnecessary travel, for a start) will surely shape the future landscape of ‘business as usual’. And while it may be relatively straight-forward to simply replace a single faceto-face component with a virtual or digital equivalent, we know that a sustained learning journey over time is the only way to engage learners and drive behavior change. This insight looks at the steps you’ll need to explore to take your virtual learning to the next level.
Gamification is a hot concept in the e-learning world. We know we have to engage and keep learners learning. We know people struggle to find time to take classes, go to conferences, and generally engage in professional development. And we know that easily more than half of the workforce was raised in a gaming culture. So it seems like gamification is a one-size-fits-all solution.
You have some amazing presentation material and handouts that you generally use for the face-to-face training and now you need to quickly convert them to eLearning courses.
With work from home and social distancing, email prospecting has become more important than ever and how you write your emails has changed significantly. Remember the rule to put the call to action right at the front? Not any longer. How about the rule to forget what your second-grade teacher taught you? Now you have to remember it!  
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
Sales training and enablement is tougher than ever before. Whether your sales force is across the street or across the country, you’re working overtime to support your team.  
Forget Photoshop and pricey stock photography—you already have everything you need to create professional looking image-centric slides in PowerPoint.
US companies spent 15 billion on sales training in 2018 according to LinkedIn’s State of Sales Report. For companies who didn’t focus on management training to make that training stick, they likely lost up to 13.5 billion of that investment to the Forgetting Curve- where up to 90% of new information is lost within a week of their training ending.
In this webinar, Clark Aldrich will discuss his new book, Short Sims, A Game Changer.   Short Sims are quick, engaging, "learning to do" online learning content.  They are how online learning may have evolved if PowerPoint had never been created.
Do you need to quickly convert your traditional classes to the virtual classroom? Are you wondering how to translate your classroom activities to the online environment? Are you looking for creative ways to maximize virtual classroom tools? And get ideas to create interactivity and engagement in your virtual classes?
As stress mounts from the uncertainty of the times and major shifts are brought about by the coronavirus - trainers, coaches and designers find ourselves in a dilemma. 
Looking for a way to accelerate sales results, but can’t get buy-in for new tech? Sales readiness technology helps you directly impact the bottom line by targeting activities that move the needle: training, onboarding, coaching, and in-field productivity.
Whether you are trying to determine if a retail sales representative can properly manage displays, or a fast food employee can correctly fill orders, there are tons of skill demonstration activities that can be used to validate that learned skills / competencies are being executed in accordance with expectation. But what is the best approach? How are training teams accommodating such skill demonstrations, and how do teams both track these custom bits of evidence and handle the submission of that evidence into a common repository.
As organizations contemplate options for re-entry, a lot of questions emerge. How can everyone remain safe? What if someone gets sick? When is the right time to go back? Should we even re-open the office? With companies like Twitter and Google opting for their employees to remain home for an extended period of time or even indefinitely, it can be hard to know what’s best for your organization.  
The modern learning era is about sharing knowledge with people all the time. However, there is a need to ensure that people have the knowledge and skills to do their job and perform at a high level. The rise of mastery-based learning solves this and is a trend that can’t be missed.  
We’ve reacted fast to the new virtual working environment. Congratulations—we’re pretty good at delivering virtual classrooms! But now our learners need more profound engagement, and our clients are demanding ever more power from learning. How do we respond?
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