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Download this guide to Learn about key business challenges and opportunities sparked by the COVID-19 pandemic, and what career pathways and skills can help you rise to the occasion.
Does Your Team Have the Skills They Need? The Association for Talent Development investigated what TD professionals need to know and do to be successful now and in the future. More than 3,000 professionals participated in research that identified the 23 capabilities needed, which are part of the Talent Development Capability Model. These include expected capabilities such as instructional design and training delivery as well as newer capabilities such as data analytics and emotional intelligence & decision making. Download our white paper to learn all 23 capabilities needed for success and how to make sure your team is equipped for what may come.
"Will this be recorded?" It might just be the most commonly asked question at the start of virtually every training event. And the good news is that nowadays, you can almost always answer, "Yes." Great. But then what? According to a Wainhouse Research study, 87 percent of employees1 agree that having access to recorded training classes, webinars, and other events makes it easier to revisit crucial information when it’s needed most. Today, recording training sessions is quickly becoming standard practice. And the benefits are well known. Among the many positives, video helps learning and development (L&D) teams provide employees with a comprehensive resource to reference after the training ends, and also provides employees unable to attend with access to the information on-demand. But good intentions too often fall short once the training session ends and the recording stops. For all its benefits, video also presents challenges when it comes to storing, sharing, and even playing recordings. Left unsolved, those shortcomings make video content burdensome for employees simply looking for quick information that helps them perform their jobs. Fortunately, there is a solution. A video content management system (or video CMS) solves the most common problems of managing and sharing video. In this paper, we’ll review the five biggest challenges organizations face when using video to support corporate learning. Then we’ll examine how a video content management system helps overcome those challenges to better enable video-based learning.
Training Engages and Empowers Employees Expectations are changing in today’s employee-driven economy, and keeping employees engaged and satisfied is more important than ever. In a recent Deloitte survey, engagement and learning were considered very important or important by 85% and 84% percent of participants, respectively. 1 This creates a great opportunity for large enterprises seeking to attract and keep the best employees. High-quality software training can help employees feel more prepared and enabled for their work responsibilities, as well as happier and more motivated. It can also be especially attractive to younger employees who value continuous learning that equips them to advance their careers.  Click below to download this White Paper.
As the world navigates a sea change with this pandemic, so are the enterprise ILT programs. How to navigate this rapid pivot to virtual effectively? That’s top of the mind for every L&D manager.
Today’s business world seems enamored with design thinking. The popular problem-solving and innovation approach has generated widespread discussion and acclaim; it’s been credited for disrupting traditional markets, sparking groundbreaking ideas in flagging industries and positioning companies to achieve unprecedented growth. But what exactly is design thinking? And does it really live up to its reputation?
Colorful post-its. Wacky visuals. Funky rooms. What technique of innovation is better known than brainstorming? What word solicits more eyerolls in the real world? Brainstorms are frequently unproductive. There are two main reasons why, and they’re related: ● People evaluate others’ ideas ("Neat, so how much would that cost?"). ● People evaluate their own ideas before they’ve even shared them. They censor out the most unusual ones for fear of being judged as silly or dumb. Analysis and evaluation are critical skills. We’re rewarded for quickly evaluating situations, diagnosing errors, and finding practical solutions in nearly every aspect of our lives. Rightly so. |Brainstorming is harder than it looks because it requires us to temporarily suspend these instincts. The purpose of a brainstorm is to come up with as many different options as possible to delight our users. The greater the number and variety of options, the higher the odds of a valuable idea. A properly run group brainstorm is your most useful tool to generate game changing ideas. It requires skill and preparation to be effective. Here’s what we think are the most impactful steps you can take to make your next brainstorm as productive as it can be.
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. 
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.
In the modern era, learners have access to knowledge like never before. But as learning professionals, we need to ensure they’re developing the skills and knowledge they need to perform their jobs at a high level. That leaves a critical question: how can we design programs that help learners achieve true mastery? Newer, more robust approaches, including continuous delivery of learning, richer content, and skill-based certifications, are delivering the outcomes that enterprises are looking for. This report discusses the need to shift from legacy learning approaches to a modern outcome and skill-based approach that we call mastery-based learning.  In this analyst report you will learn: The key trends driving the shift to mastery-based learning The best technologies to enable a mastery-based approach to training Best practices for deploying mastery-based learning programs
Does Your Training Program Meet the Modern Learners' Needs?  The learning ecosystem is rapidly evolving, and the changing technologies and growing resources available to help individuals learn is likely a bit overwhelming for your Learning and Development team. Luckily for you, we’ve pinpointed the main trends to be aware of that will keep your training program moving in the right direction - on the path to sustained performance and employee success. In this whitepaper, you will learn... The role of the Learning Management System (LMS) within the modern learning ecosystem Why you should utilize a best-of-breed content strategy in your organization’s learning program How to effectively leverage reporting and analytics The importance of a service-heavy model
The learning ecosystem is rapidly evolving, and the changing technologies and growing resources available to help individuals learn is likely a bit overwhelming for your Learning and Development team. With the only guarantee being that change is inevitable, how do you build a training solution that will meet your organization’s needs 6, 12, or 24 months down the road? Discover how open-source technology can help you create a flexible and future-proof training program for your organization.  In this White Paper, you'll learn: The evolving role and capabilities of the Learning Management System (LMS) within the larger learning ecosystem          The leading open-source learning platforms and how to determine which is the right fit for your needs       How to maximize the interoperability of open-source to extend and future-proof your learning program
According to the 2018 Gallup Report, 67% of workers are experiencing some sort of work disengagement.  Gallup looked deeper into managers’ impact on employee engagement and found:   77% of employees believe their manager needs to improve the meaningfulness of the feedback they currently provide 74% of employees believe their manager needs to more directly relate feedback to their job performance 79% of employees believe their manager needs to improve how they manage their employee’s performance to motivate them to excel in their position BUT all is not lost; This gap represents an opportunity.  To discover more about the opportunity, click to download this paper.  
The skills needed to succeed on the job are changing at an unprecedented pace. Reports say that skills learned today remain relevant for an average of only five years. Consequently, Learning and Development (L&D) professionals must train today's employees for the skills that will be needed tomorrow-even when those skills haven't yet been identified or, in some cases, created. Training employees for skills that haven't been invented yet is no easy task. So how can L&D upskill everyone from entry-level employees to senior management for an unforeseeable, quickly changing future? To do this, L&D first must identify: A framework for building future skills The most-needed emerging skills Capabilities for success, regardless of the skill set In this white paper, Training Top 10 Hall of Fame members explore these  challenges and detail how they are responding to future-proof their organizations, particularly in the wake of the Coronavirus and beyond.
The beginning of a fiscal year is the ideal time to evaluate transformative ideas and a potential digital transformation strategy. An organization’s efforts to use technology to solve traditional problems is probably one of the most beneficial from a business perspective. Digitally transformed organizations can improve their customers’ experience, elevate their brand reputation, adapt more quickly to rapidly changing technology, address sudden industry shifts, and more.
Many organizations struggle with the decision on which training format is best for their developers. And many teams focus on testing out a self-paced training solution. Is it the best method? Can it help retain their teams? We sat down with the industry’s biggest leaders and asked for their honest feedback. In this white paper, you will learn: The outlook for self-paced training in 2020. The cost considerations for various training formats. If self-paced training can be the end all solution. Training tips from some of the country’s biggest companies.
Download research that shows how high performing organizations are getting results from coaching. The Real Benefits of Coaching: Productivity Gains Employee Engagement Knowledge Transfer ROI
Applying behavioral science principles to learning strategies can drive learner engagement and optimize learning outcomes. But where do you start? Use this step-by-step guide to supercharge your learning strategy with easy-to-apply principles from neuroscience. Click below to download.
As an L&D leader, you know that the business impact of learning and development is undeniable. In fact, a study by Bersin found that companies with high-impact learning programs generate, on average, three times higher profit growth than their peers.¹ Ongoing learning and development has the power to grow your employees, the business, and the results of your L&D programs. But all too frequently, it does not live up to its full potential. Why? Because in order to deploy effective employee learning and development, L&D professionals need to have a deep understanding of what motivates and inspires their people. L&D leaders that effectively shape their learning programs around the intrinsic needs, wants and motivators of their people - rather than expecting employees to adapt to a one-size-fits-all approach to learning - can improve employee engagement, learning retention and learning adoption. In this step-by-step guide, you'll learn the foundations behind three neuroscience principles of motivation - emotion, loss aversion, and social storytelling. You'll get the hands-on guidance you need to turn theory into practice and start applying these concepts to your L&D strategy immediately to boost learner engagement and learning outcomes. Download the guide today to get started designing a scientifically-driven learning experience that engages and motivates your people!
Being able to assess employee performance is critical, but are you also articulating clear expectations for their advancement? Talent spotting is all about identifying potential over performance. In this white paper, get answers to questions like: What is talent spotting and why is it so important to get it right? How can hiring managers and HR departments get talent spotting right? What it takes for talent spotting to be successful?
Traditionally, succession planning has been a lengthy process: identifying top talent early, grooming candidates for promotion and then moving employees through jobs to prepare them for future opportunities over many years. Today’s workers, however, may be unlikely to remain with a company long enough for a slow-paced succession plan to succeed. How can organizations plan for filling future leadership positions in this environment of fast change and job mobility? Is traditional succession planning a thing of the past? Find out more in this white paper. 
Investing in the development of your employees is critical to staying competitive in the current globalized marketplace. Yet, research suggests that up to half of the investment your organization is making in development is being wasted. Employees lose up to 75% of the information they receive1 through traditional approaches to learning and development (including learning management systems, episodic trainings, and workshops) — an effect known as the training transfer problem2. Click below to download this White Paper.
The time and energy company managers spend trying to keep their people focused on results is substantial. In fact it is a major resource drain that significantly undermines company performance. Managers must, therefore, find effective ways to unleash the potential of their people and ensure that they are in sync with their company’s visions and objectives. But how? Click below to download this White Paper.
In today’s workforce, change is the only constant - and the pace of change is accelerating. Again and again, organizations must adapt to a competitive environment filled with emerging disruptions. Even the disruptors are being disrupted! No industry is immune, and the stakes couldn’t be higher. How can you make sure that your organization is prepared to navigate through periods of transformation - to not merely do things a little differently than before, but make fundamental changes? This guidebook takes a deep dive into a people-first approach to true transformation. Experts like Dean Carter and William Tincup offer their perspectives on: Putting your people first when planning for digital transformation Navigating the future of talent management Leveraging transformational changes in recruiting Ensuring HR plays a pivotal leadership role in your transformation plans Meeting the challenges of AI and automation head-on
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