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The world we live and work in isn’t slowing down. Today\'s challenge for organizations: change how you do what you do at a faster rate than ever before. That means leaders must foster both organizational innovation, and the ability to change and act on the new ideas and opportunities. Innovation is one of the most important factors for an organization’s success and growth. Teams need to be able to implement and execute on new strategies and ideas, quickly and collaboratively. Download this free ebook to get actionable tips and practical advice on: How to identify in-house innovators Four key questions you need to ask What to do to accelerate your innovation journey Creating a company wide culture of innovation You’ll also get a bonus cheat sheet, with resources to kickstart your DIY innovation! How can your organization use human-centered design to get unstuck and take on any challenge? Download our ebook to find out.
Career Acrobatics 101: Why Flexibility is the New Path to Success Traditional career paths have long been on the decline, and that predictable, linear climb is not likely making a comeback any time soon. After all, 85% of the jobs that will exist in 2030 haven\'t even been invented yet!¹ While career paths may not be as straightforward as they once were, a tremendous opportunity has also presented itself – for those with the right mindset about career development. So how can HR and L&D leaders cultivate career acrobatic skills to ensure their employees are more versatile, flexible, and adaptable to workplace change? This guide, featuring insights from Julie Winkle Giulioni – co-author of the bestselling book "Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go: Career Conversations Organizations Need and Employees Want" – includes a 3-minute quiz your people can take to help them determine their career agility quotient. Employees can then use the results and actionable best practices outlined in the guide to help future-proof their careers, keep up with evolving business dynamics and successfully navigate the changing world of work. Download this guide to find out why career agility is the new competitive advantage – and how your people can become career acrobats to propel their career to new heights!
Description We started making videos for e-learning a decade ago, mostly by accident. Today, I\'ve shot over 60 of our famous ‘whiteboard\' videos, about two dozen episodes of a talk show format, and two full-length asynchronous courses, along with several marketing videos. What I\'ve learned from each format has informed my work in the others, and ultimately they\'ve all led back to my latest book, which was first written entirely as video scripts. I\'ll share the story behind the stories, including mistakes made, lessons learned, and samples of what\'s worked best – and where we\'re going next.
Microlearning has been around since the 60\'s, but is just now gaining popular focus. With the rapid advances in technology, how is microlearning evolving?
Many L&D leaders dream of creating the ideal learning experience. An experience that is motivating, engaging and accessible by everyone AND leaves their people feeling empowered to succeed. However, many fall short of this vision. Why? Because they focus too much on the learning experience itself. Instead, the emphasis should be on aligning learning with overall performance goals and business objectives in order to deliver results that matter. In this eBook, featuring research-backed strategies from the analysts at Brandon Hall Group, you\'ll see how learning leaders need to take a step back from the chase for the best learning experience and instead, focus on the business outcomes they hope to achieve through their learning initiatives. You\'ll gain insights into: The Learning and Performance Convergence Model 4 steps for developing a strategic learning experience aligned to business objectives Key elements of a modern learning experience, including mobile learning, video, coaching and informal learning How to use technology to deliver on this strategy and measure the results that matter Download this eBook from Saba Software today and start designing a better learning experience for your people and your business!
All training and learning aim on helping workers impact work positively. However, it is getting harder and harder to connect training to work impacts and knowing they actually happen. Work is changing so fast, training can\'t seem to catch up. So, we are back to rethinking how do we make our learners become “micro-experts” - teaching them to solve, fix and improve small work challenges that make them perform better.
This webcast will teach specific design and instructional strategies how managers and leaders can coach employees to greater talent when time is limited. During the webcast, we will teach specific case study examples of how to design & train on one on one and supplemental coaching strategies where the manager does not physically have to be present. During this webcast, we will give specific case study examples for the following types of coaching opportunities:
How do you encourage a person to learn without telling them what to believe? How do you assess skills without asking learners to memorize facts? It\'s all in the learning environment.
The concept of “open-source” — that is, software for which the original “source” code is made freely available for others to add on, modify, and improve — radically changed the way software is developed and has played a large part in enabling the technology boom we see around us today.
As Mobile Learning continues to grow, we\'re seeing more and more innovation in how Mobile can add value. In this webinar, we\'ll review the new opportunities for effective learning interactions that Artificial Intelligence is creating for mobile. At the same time, new uses for the data that Mobile can collect make it a critical part of the development of new AI models and features.
In today\'s robust eLearning landscape, there are a multitude of different technologies, tools, and strategies that can help engage the modern learner. As the workplace learning market continues to rapidly evolve, it\'s important to build your employee training programs with longevity, interoperability, and the contemporary learning ecosystem in mind.
Is it time to life-save your learning?  Healthcare today is more reliant on technology than ever before, and this applies not only to the procurement of healthcare services but also the way training is delivered across the industry.  Totara\'s latest Healthcare Sector Guide is designed to help you understand new developments in the delivery of healthcare training, including:  The key challenges facing healthcare organizations today How to manage healthcare learning programs and compliance effectively Preparing for the future of training in the healthcare sector When your learning is saving lives, it\'s crucial that it\'s pulling its weight. Download your copy of the latest Healthcare Sector Guide today! 
There was a time not so long ago when the concept of leadership development within an organization was all about developing an emerging leader\'s professional skills and competencies. How could they drive results and better align their teams with organizational objectives? How could they more effectively develop strategic insights to drive greater efficiencies? How could they skillfully cultivate innovation to drive new product offerings? Click below to download this White Paper.
Successful learning and development is not about dumping a lot of information on people and then testing them to prove they can recall it. We need to shake things up, do things differently, and focus on creating memorable, meaningful experiences that really work.
Develop your next generation of leaders now The workforce is changing. Every day, baby boomers are retiring, and Gen Z\'ers are entering the workplace. This shift in the workforce means millennials will be moving into leadership roles in the next five to 10 years. It\'s important to get a better understanding of millennials, so you can unlock their potential as leaders. Despite their reputation for being job hoppers, millennials actually value opportunities for growth and development within their organization more than previous generations. In order to retain talent and stay competitive, you need to provide opportunities to turn millennial employees into leaders now. This infographic will help you create a strategic plan to develop millennial leaders who can help you overcome challenges and meet business goals. You\'ll learn: How to set goals that drive business results when developing a leader What millennials value in the workplace How to measure the development of your leaders The role mentors can play in turning an employee into a leader
L&D designers, developers and leaders aim for training that provides perfect answers. Unfortunately, when workers are at work, not all conditions stay perfect. There are deviations, exceptions and unknowns that they have not been trained on - mainly because training programs are for perfect solutions, rather than exceptions. Consequently, workers are immobilized and unwilling to go beyond the unknown to take charge and solve problems at work. This brings work results to a halt.
PowerPoint has a reputation for being boring, and its functions really haven\'t changed since flint was at the cutting edge of cutting edges, but things have been really different since Office 365 came along. Now, there are new tools added every few weeks, and there are tremendous gains to be had from a whole host of functions. Sadly, they\'re all too often hidden away. In this session, you\'ll see all the amazing things you can now do with PowerPoint to bring your presentations, eLearning, and other content to life, by telling visual stories in an engaging and interactive way.
Every job has its nuances. Every organization has its own customs and culture. Every employee, therefore, ends up with knowledge that no one else has. And that knowledge is not only rare but valuable. Call it “unique knowledge.” It consists of everything an employee gains through specialized training and insider learning. Unique knowledge varies from organization to organization and from position to position. But it’s instrumental in tackling the complex problems and unexpected challenges that employees encounter at work more or less every day. On the one hand, this is fantastic. We all have our areas of expertise, hard-earned and distinct. On the other hand, it’s problematic. Most places of work don’t have a formal way of capturing unique knowledge and sharing it throughout the organization. So, more often than not, it remains stuck inside people’s heads. There are two big reasons to care about this. One is romantic: Knowledge is valuable, and it’s a shame to let good ideas go to waste. The other is practical: Unshared knowledge costs money. Click below to download this White Paper.
Sales enablement is hot today and with good reason for how it can equip sales teams with data and information to help them sell more effectively. But many enablement initiatives are struggling to live up to their potential and the performance gains that are anticipated. What\'s the #1 overlooked gap that is fueling this discrepancy and challenging the credibility of enablement initiatives? How can you use sales enablement tools and tactics to help your salespeople increase the quantity and quality of the conversations they have with prospects — and drive stronger sales performance?
During this session, you will learn eight steps to build a business case for investing in people. These steps are built on design thinking principles and, by following them, will help ensure learning programs and projects deliver results.
From a generational perspective, we have frankly been fixated on Millennials. Countless articles have been written about Millennials (born 1981-1996) and how they have fundamentally changed societal norms. They\'re not buying homes. They refuse to get married. They don\'t eat cereal. They\'re killing golf. You name it. The reality is, however, that as the oldest Millennials approach their 40s, they are starting to fall into more traditional conventions. They are getting married. They are buying homes. They are having kids. And when it comes to the workplace, they are starting to settle into leadership roles and are adopting the organizational expectations that come with that.
A jolt is an experiential activity that lasts for a brief period of time (less than 5 minutes) and illustrates one or more important learning points.
Smartphones and tablets are increasingly becoming the go-to devices for today\'s modern employee for accessing information, learning courses and event schedules. As the need for strengthening job-related skills and competencies increase, HR technologies need to evolve to meet the growing demands of employee learning and development to better satisfy customers and remain competitive.
The Modern Blended Learning Experience to Maximize Learning Transfer With PowerPoint & Beyond Classroom training using presentations have been around forever, and while you may be interested in other options, many still use the classic method of a PowerPoint deck in a training room. Why limit yourself to just one option when you have a cornucopia of training methods to choose from? Treat yourself! Use a mix of methods, carefully selected to create one, cohesive learning experience. This blended learning. It\'s more than just a method for delivering content to learners. Blended learning is an approach to designing effective learning experiences. 
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