Between the rise of the gig economy and the pandemic, virtual corporate onboarding and training sessions have quickly become part of the new normal.
Figuring out which delivery method will be most successful for a particular training program is no easy task.
Let’s strive to make effective performance support the goal instead of just completing development of another e-learning course or facilitating a full calendar of classes.
Training leaders to create trust in a workforce in crisis.
Now that we can see the light at the end of the pandemic tunnel, it is time to rethink, rebuild, or even recreate company cultures that make people feel connected again.
Implementing digital care solutions that offer automation driven by artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) can help reduce training time for new agents, resulting in cost savings while reducing agent attrition and turnover.
The forecast seems to lean heavily toward a social media-oriented learning environment even after the current COVID-19 crisis hopefully subsides.
The AirTag sends out a scrambled signal that can be picked up by any iOS or MacOS device, allowing you to track items you’ve tagged.
“No” at work is a way to prevent you and your colleagues from wasting time and attention and, very likely, money and other resources on something that cannot be done, is not allowed, or should not be done.
As an training attendee, you might realize you learned more than you thought. And as a training facilitator or organizer, you may identify something to do differently (or better!) next time.