Growing a business typically means incurring growing costs. But what if there was a way to cut down on expenses without jeopardizing the quality of work you do or risk losing the talent you have?
According to The 2018 State of Leadership Development Report published by Harvard Business, organizations that view learning and development initiatives as critical to business success are continuing to perform higher than their peers on crucial metrics such as revenue, market position, and future growth.
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As training and professional development opportunities rise to the top of employees’ wish lists, organizations are quickly looking for ways to adapt to their learning needs. Particularly for large organizations, it is easy to outgrow traditional training techniques such as live, in-person trainings.
Thomas Reilly, VP of Learning at CompTIA, joined BenchPrep CEO Ashish Rangnekar to present at digitalNow in Austin, TX. Lifelong learning has become an economic imperative for professionals. Millennials are expected to hold more than a dozen jobs throughout their careers and because of this, they cite training and development as their #1 job benefit (ahead of items like flexible work hours and cash benefits).
Adaptive learning technologies have had a major impact on the way corporate trainers think about education, and for good reason. Adaptive, or personalized learning techniques, have become popular for their proven ability to help each learner effectively gain demonstrable proficiency in a learning objective.
BenchPrep’s COO and co-founder, Ujjwal Gupta recently had the opportunity to sit down with Mixergy’s Andrew Warner to talk about BenchPrep’s history on Mixergy’s podcast. A long time fan of Mixergy and the platform’s ability to link listeners to experts whose stories are powerful motivation drivers to help others create change, Ujjwal was happy to share his and BenchPrep’s CEO and co-founder, Ashish Rangnekar’s story.