How A Training Needs Assessment Saves Learning Projects

Posted by Nisha Amin on Apr 18, 2019 9:00:00 AM

How Training Needs Assessments Save Learning Projects

 5 Ways to improve your next corporate training project.

It can be very frustrating to see poor training results following the completion of a new corporate learning project.

As a Learning Leader, you may think you have taken all of the right steps to ensure the best training and development event possible.

You had a strong team of Instructional Designers design the program based on your brief. Experienced technical developers created the program that followed. You even hired a team of contract corporate trainers to carry out the training company-wide. So why did it fail?

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Topics: corporate training programs, microlearning, training needs assessment, elearning developer, sales training programs, training needs analysis, workforce training, learning retention, learning company, new technology rollout

WFH: Remote Work Training for Managers

Posted by Rachael Jones on Jan 11, 2018 8:08:00 AM


According to the Gallup State of the American Workplace report, the number of employees working remotely in some capacity is increasing, and so is the amount of time they are working off-site, away from their managers and colleagues.

The report data states that in 2016, 43% of employees were working off-site, up from 39% in 2012. In addition, the number of employees who spent 80% or more of their time doing remote work was 24% in 2012, and increased to 31% in 2016.1

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Topics: Remote Workforce, working remotely, workforce training, training for managers, remote work

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