The PHR is notoriously hard. In 2019, the pass rate was just 69%. Because the exam certifies the competency of a modern practitioner of human resources, which is a complex profession, it’s safe to say that the rigor is a feature, not a flaw.
Most training companies offer brilliant in-person options. But, you saw the writing on the wall. You knew the world was moving digital. You knew you needed to invest in a learning management system (LMS). Now, you’re worried your LMS isn’t helping you expand your market reach as expected.
Today, technology touches every aspect of our lives. We order on smartphones from our cars. We choose our groceries sight unseen. And, we even host virtual birthday parties.
Many corporate training environments fall victim to stale, boring activities that undermine their learners’ ability to retain knowledge. On top of that, training programs can be expensive. Live instructors, office space, and the time your learners spend in lectures all factor into the expense. Thankfully, there are more effective ways to provide training and development. In this post, we'll go over the most effective modern methods for training.
Circa 1998, we were admonished, “Don’t get in strangers' cars, especially if you met them on the internet.”