Applying The 70:20:10 Model In Online Training: 4 Benefits And 3 Drawbacks

70:20:10 Model: Pros And Cons Of Applying It In Online Training Do the 70:20:10 model benefits outweigh the downsides? In the 1980s, an NGO called the Centre for Creative Leadership created the 70:20:10 model for training. It states that 70% of training is on the job, 20% from peers, and only 10% from formal instruction. … Read more

Adaptivity Is The New Planning: Training Is At Its Core [eBook]

How To Adapt To Change And Continually Develop Your L&D Strategy The COVID crisis has taught us that we should always expect the unexpected. Most organizations never dreamed of moving their entire operation online and switching to telecommuting teams so quickly. However, it has also highlighted the importance of flexibility. The Adaptivity Is The New … Read more

3 Tips To Keep Learners Engaged During A Virtual Training Session

How To Engage Learners During Virtual Training Virtual training has become the norm due to the pandemic that swept across the globe in 2020. Most classroom training sessions had to be moved online, with instructors using virtual tools such as Zoom, Webex, Teams, and others to conduct the sessions. But has the transition been smooth? … Read more

6 Tips To Foster Positive Communication Skills Through Skill-Based Branching Scenarios

How To Develop Great Communication Skills Through Skill-Based Branching Scenarios In every communication skills online training course, there’s the same theme: messages can be misconstrued when delivered in a ‘pure text’ format. It’s a nuanced concept and one that is also virtually impossible to teach. However, more of us deal solely with text on a … Read more

8 Types Of Self-Assessments To Incorporate Into Team Leadership Online Training

How To Improve Your Team Leadership Online Training By Incorporating Self-Assessments The key to successful management is self-awareness. Many team leaders are quick to point out the strengths and weaknesses of their subordinates, but their own gaps often remain hidden. Self-assessments offer them the opportunity to disclose areas for improvement on their own so that … Read more

Accessibility Considerations In Online Training: Why Organizations Should Create All-Inclusive Experiences

Why Does Accessibility Matter In The Context Of Adult Learning? When one thinks about accessible online training and learning, what comes to mind? For many instructional designers and trainers, “accessible” is synonymous with legal protocols such as Section 508 or WCAG 2.1. But true accessibility as it relates to learning involves far more than compliance … Read more

7 Tips To Design Onboarding Online Training For Generation Z Corporate Learners

How To Design Onboarding Online Training For Generation Z Corporate Learners There’s a joke doing the rounds on Twitter. It quotes a teenager at a job interview. She/He says, ‘I’ve been described as an old soul, so I identify and connect with Millennials’. Yes, they have finally joined us in the annals of the ‘aged’. … Read more

7 Unconventional Ways To Evaluate Employee Performance In Your Customer Service Online Course

How To Evaluate Employee Performance In Your Customer Service Online Course Corporate eLearning allows you to rapidly deploy online training resources so that every member of the team has 24/7 access. They can embark on personalized learning paths, watch demos during their moment of need, and periodically assess their skills. However, the LMS isn’t just … Read more

eBook Release: Digital Learning Maturity In Your Organization

Growing Up Is Hard, But Maturing Is Harder Digital learning maturity is on the mind of every eLearning professional right now, but what exactly is it? Maturity, in general, is the measurement of the ability of an organization for continuous improvement in a particular discipline. The higher the maturity, the higher the chances will be … Read more

6 Innovative Badges To Include In Your HR Online Training Course

HR Online Training Badges That Will Spark Up Your Courses Human Resources is a key department in any organization. Unfortunately, it’s frequently dismissed. Why? Because its practitioners aren’t always well trained. And because so many employees have had a bad experience with HR, they have a blanket negative attitude towards it. By sprucing up the … Read more