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Training magazine’s Training Top 125 Award winners are the organizations with the most successful learning and development programs in the world.

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Girl and Boy Scouts demonstrate life skills and perform service activities in pursuit of merit badges. Military personnel earn badges of honor with acts of valor. Employees may receive ID badges with additional privileges or access when they are promoted. Even today’s fitness trackers provide badges for steps taken and miles logged.

How organizations can use badging to encourage learning and generate results.

deep dive

Learning management systems have tremendous capacity for obtaining and storing data about your learners and your organization. But how easy is it for you to access that information, and how adept are you at using it?

Super Portal

Learning portals are assumed to have superhero qualities that, in a perfect world, let them overcome learning challenges in a single bound and demolish roadblocks with bolts of logic. In a perfect world, each learning portal would be as intuitive as Amazon and as searchable as Google. Achieving those goals isn’t easy, but it is possible.

How to turn your learning portal into a superhero that vanquishes training challenges.

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INDUSTRY INSIGHT: 5 TIPS FOR IMPROVING TRAINING OUTCOMES IN THE VIRTUAL CLASSROOM

As the number of in-person trainings diminishes—just 41% of trainings are now delivered in traditional classroom settings—facilitators face the challenge of converting in-person experiences to online environments.

This is actually good news, as many features found in virtual classrooms can be used to mirror and even improve the in-person experience in ways that are more accessible for learners.

But you have to get it right.

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Productive vs. Generative Learning

As we move from a “find-it-out” world to a “figure-it-out” one, our focus must shift from increasing the efficiency of productive learning in the classroom to also enabling the effectiveness of generative learning in the workplace.

Confronting Racism in Organizations

Organizations that are willing to have courageous conversations about racism gain from having a more engaged and committed workforce where everyone feels they belong.

Focus on the Czech Republic

While individualism is valued in the Czech culture, teaming and collaboration are expected in the training classroom.

Sticky Notes: The Human Element

No matter how complex and sophisticated training technology may become, to my mind, the most powerful training technology will always be the human element. What are the best ways to optimize the human element in training?

More Work But Less Stress

Top-rated employees are three times more valuable to their managers than the average employee, according to a new study from VitalSmarts, led by New York Times best-selling author David Maxfield, that surveyed nearly 1,600 managers and employees. And despite the fact that they are responsible for 61 percent of the total work done in their departments, they actually have work habits that reduce their stress levels.

Digitally Mature Organizations Are Talent Magnets

Overcoming aversion to risk is one of the most important characteristics of digitally native companies, according to a new study released by MIT Sloan Management Review (MIT SMR) and Deloitte Digital.

If the Badge Fits…

I feel like a failure if I don’t clock 10,000 steps by the time I go to bed. That got me to wondering about whether badging has a similar motivating effect when it comes to corporate training.

L&D Best Practices Strategies For Success (Sept/Oct) 2017

Training magazine taps 2017 Training Top 125 winners and Top 10 Hall of Famers to provide their learning and development best practices in each issue. Here, we look at BayCare Health System’s use of gamification and DPR Construction’s safety training.

No Money Down

Nonprofit talent acquisition and retention strategies that can stretch training budgets and increase employee engagement.

Get In The Game!

Games and simulations case studies where learners are putting the pedal to the metal the moment they log in.

Winning Trends In Games & Simulations

Today’s learning games and simulations feature increasingly sophisticated technology, including virtual reality, immersive experiences, lifelike avatars, and cognitive games.

The Evolution of a Corporate Trainer: Part 2

“Training” can span a wide range of activities and events. Being versatile team players, working well with others, and having fiscal responsibility allowed us to be parts of many successes. The training department became a corporate asset.

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Training Top 125

Minneapolis, MN (November 18, 2014)—Training magazine, the leading business publication for learning and development professionals, today announced the finalists for the annual Training Top 125, which ranks companies’ excellence in employer-sponsored training and development programs.

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When my husband suggested we get Fitbits earlier this year, I demurred. “I walk the same three-mile route every day,” I said. “I don’t need a fitness tracker to know how many steps I’ve taken.”

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