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Tips to help leaders manage, train, and motivate today’s suddenly remote workforce.

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Mobile apps serve up employee coaching, training, and career guidance on the go.

C-Level Talent

The adMare Executive Institute aims to grow C-level talent for the Canadian biopharmaceutical sector. Here’s how this 10-month program works, and the results it is generating.

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INDUSTRY SOLUTIONS: How to Increase Engagement with Custom eLearning

Historically, instructor-led training (ILT) has dominated learning modalities. But in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, employee training and development teams are under pressure to quickly recreate instructor-led experiences in a virtual setting. Doing so usually requires the capabilities to build custom eLearning activities, but for many Learning and Development (L&D) teams, that may seem impossible on a short timeline.

However, in addition to high-tech solutions such as gamification and immersive technologies, there are also low-tech solutions that can help.

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Whatメs Your Ideal Day?

By Jason Womack, MEd, MA, Founder and CEO, The Jason Womack Company “Your Best Just Got Better: Work Smarter, Think Bigger, Make More” will show you how to make your best even better, how to achieve more in work and in life, and how to sustain those changes over time. I encourage you, before you even start reading Chapter 1, to write a first draft of one of your Ideal Days. Sit down, set a timer for 15 minutes, and write. Begin by writing about that portion of the day when you know you have a lot of energy and do your best work.

Winning the Training Game

By Steve Sims, Vice President, Production and Professional Services, Badgeville, The Behavior Platform

8 Tips for Developing Positive Relationships

By Liggy Webb The most important single ingredient in the formula of success is knowing how to get along with people.—Theodore Roosevelt One of the most profound experiences we can have in our lives is the connection we have with other human beings. Positive and supportive relationships will help us to feel healthier, happier, and more satisfied with our lives. So here are a few tips to help you to develop more positive and healthy relationships in all areas of your life:

10 Tips for Successful Remote or Overseas Recruiting

By Ziv Eliraz, Founder and CEO, Zao Hiring the right people at the right time can be a challenge, particularly if you’re expanding operations into a remote location or overseas. It’s important to get every hiring decision right, but bringing new employees onboard takes on additional significance as the company expands into new areas, where newly hired staff will make the company’s first impression in the region. Here are 10 tips to help you make the right choices.

Platitudes in Organizations

By Paul Culmsee and Kailash Awati What better way to start a book that takes a critical look at all the messed up stuff going on in organizations than with the cult movie Mystery Men, starring Ben Stiller, Hank Azaria, and William H. Macey.

Creating the Leader Who Connects

ByAchim Nowak, Founder and President, Influens When we train business leaders on their communication skills, we tend to train on how to use language that is precise. Tell stories that resonate. Ask questions that deepen a conversation. Demonstrate listening. For good measure, we throw in a chat about the importance of clear body language.

Development Planning at Discover Financial Services

Edited by Margery Weinstein Discover Financial Services describes its strategy for development as “comprehensive and across all levels of the organization.” It is driven directly from Discover’s company-wide People Goal: Increase employee development and engagement while retaining top performers.

Strategies and Tactics for Teamwork at The Edge

Imagine navigating a tiny boat through a sudden, violent storm at sea—with winds roaring at nearly 100 mph and waves soaring to 80 feet—to not only survive, but triumph over formidable competitors in one of the world’s toughest ocean races. It’s a feat claimed by the crew of the AFR Midnight Rambler, overall winner of the 1998 Sydney to Hobart—the most treacherous and tragic race to date in the six-decade history of Australia’s iconic competition.

How to Close the Deal?

By Kristy Westfall Moyer, Training Account Manager, Signature Worldwide I recently started the process of buying a new car. I can hear all the moans out there already! No one likes this process. As a sales and service trainer, my job is to inspire and train people on how to create legendary experiences for their customers to increase loyalty and close sales. I have been teaching these concepts for so long that they now are part of my DNA.

Game-Based E-Learning Produces Results

By Bryan L. Austin, Chief Game Changer, Game On! Learning I’ve had the good fortune to spend most of my career in the corporate training space, primarily working for e-learning solution providers to corporations and government organizations around the world. One of the biggest challenges of e-learning has been that employees often don’t complete the training because they don’t find it engaging, relevant, or worth their time. Three of the most vexing questions for talent development professionals when launching training initiatives online are:

From Learning to Performing (Part 2)

By Neil Shorney, Director, Naturally Sales Ltd. Congratulations! You’ve just found the perfect training program for your employees! It covers everything they need to know, and just the right level of detail, and the trainer is great. Sure, it was expensive, but you get what you pay for. Well, sort of... What you’re paying for is most likely three days of a trainer’s time in a classroom, a nice lunch for your team, and some course materials to take away afterward and put on the bookshelf in case they’re ever needed.

Dialogue and Empowerment Trump Action Planning

By Christopher Rice, Fraser Marlow, and Mary Ann Masarech Don’t expect an initiative to do a human’s job. Engagement is a personal equation, and managers must play a role in helping each employee solve it. Your best managers already understand this, as do many of the leaders we’ve interviewed. They’re not waiting for survey data to shape what they do. They don’t make engagement a once-a-year priority, distinct from what they do the rest of the time. They always manage their teams with an eye toward results and engagement.

Localizing E-Learning: The ABCs of Voiceover and Subtitling

By Ora Solomon, Vice President of Sales and Operations Imagine you just had a meeting with your company’s chief learning officer. Your mission for 2013: Expand your corporate e-learning and training programs to include employees in Mexico and French-speaking Canada. And to really keep you on your toes, your CLO has given you only one month to develop and initiate your localization strategy.

Best Buyメs Virtual Training Event

By Margery Weinstein Best Buy historically has kicked off drive times and holiday seasons with a large-scale, offsite training event. Although these events have been branded differently throughout the years (as conferences, summits, training forums, etc.), the components that make up the events have remained consistent.

Case Study: eLearningArt Leverages is a Santa Monica, CA-based provider of e-learning templates and images for the e-learning industry. Through its people picture images, background images, templates, and other stock photos, eLearningArt empowers e-learning developers to build better training, faster. With one of the largest library of e-learning assets on the Web, eLearningArt offers trainers a wide selection to choose from, and all of its assets are developed specifically to meet the needs of an e-learning developer.


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