5 Signs Your Training and Development Project is Succeeding

Once a project is planned and kicked off, the role of the project manager is more than simply nudging team members—digitally, of course—to complete their projects on time. The project manager must find ways to encourage and engage team members to add quality and effort that may not have been laid out in the plan. […]

How to Make Compliance Training Engaging and Effective

While engagement has always been an important element for any learning experience, it is usually lacking when it comes to compliance training. Why is that? There could be several factors. For one, the content needing to be delivered in compliance training is often complex and rigid, and so instructional designers place compliance training in its […]

The Best Time To Plan Your Training Project

You wouldn’t build a house without a blueprint. So, it stands to reason that you wouldn’t build a course or learning experience without a plan in place. Yet so many projects are planned during the kick-off process: what the end product will look like, how much it will cost, when it will be done. At […]

5 Warning Signs Your Training Project Is In Trouble

A project manager’s job is to make sure that tasks are getting completed and on time. It is also the project manager’s job to make sure that team members have access to all of the resources needed to complete these tasks, and that communications channels are open.  However, projects often hit a snag, and a […]

4 eLearning Assessment Examples and Why They Work

More than just a way to prove that learners passed or completed a course, assessments play a key role in measuring the capacity of your learners to grasp your course material and apply what they’ve learned on the job.  By combining different test and quiz options, and at different intervals of the course—not just at the […]

The Do’s and Don’t’s of Project Management for Training Development

The world of work today is defined by project management. Every job we do can be broken down into a series of projects, with associated team members, deadlines, and resources. While project management used to be seen as a standalone skill or process, it is now baked into everything across the organization. However, is project […]

Training and Development Quotes to Motivate Your L&D Team

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Since it’s the beginning of a new year, it’s time to stoke the flames of inspiration in your training team. From philosophers and great thinkers to today’s leading eLearning experts, we’ve rounded up some motivational training and development quotes to get your team fired up. Some of these quotes will inspire you to think differently […]

How to Tackle Unconscious Incompetence in the Workforce Through Training Solutions

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“We don’t know what we don’t know” or “fake it till you make it” are oft-used phrases to describe knowledge that we might need—but don’t currently have—in order to do our jobs. This phenomenon is also known as unconscious incompetence, and it’s hurting organizations in ways you might not even realize. Not possessing critical knowledge […]

6 Ways to Promote Training Intake and Increase Engagement

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You may have already rolled out your training intake system, but is anyone using it? The lack of adoption of your new system is only one sign that it’s not working and is most likely due to awareness. Managers and business partners—those who are in a position to make a request—simply haven’t heard of it […]

Why L&D Needs to Ditch Disparate Tools for Purpose-Built Technology Solutions

For some time now, learning and development has been experiencing a deluge of new technology and tools to enable training teams to make the leap into online learning and digital content creation.  Most of the technology available (LMS’s, authoring tools, etc.) focuses on the creation and deployment of learning. L&D have embraced these tools enthusiastically. […]