Learning and development (L&D) teams juggle multiple objectives as they seek to find a balance between organizational goals and learners’ needs. Yet a successful L&D team can enable both an organization’s goals and employee development. Thus, supporting L&D teams can ultimately streamline goals.
Notice how much of the recent advice for keeping your training program stable during and after COVID is focused on maintaining the status quo? These goals aim to ensure continuity, or support remote work, or continue upskilling.
Professional education has advanced from the days when everyone sat in a conference room and listened to boring lectures they promptly forgot by the time the class was over. Technology has transformed our ability to craft more engaging and personalized learning strategies that help learners retain more knowledge. In this post, we'll discuss why the personalization aspect is so important and what some methods are for achieving it.
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.
Modern professional associations exist to establish standards of knowledge and excellence and to develop learning pathways that permit members to acquire, develop, and perfect that knowledge and achieve that excellence.