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How can learning in the workplace improve confidence?

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How do you improve your confidence? Confidence is complex and there is no quick fix solution for any of us. The way we feel about ourselves, and how we think we are received by the world around us, can have a huge impact on our experience of life. A lack of confidence can lead to feelings of not being able to fulfill a role, live up to expectations or complete tasks. The consequences of low confidence can be broad, from affecting personal relationships to work performance.

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Does workplace environment really impact your employees’ motivation levels?

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A positive working environment can help to improve staff engagement and motivation, generating better results and a healthier atmosphere to work in. Physical surroundings, as well as the way that staff are managed, will both contribute to the kind of workplace environment that your business has. Dedicating time and resources to ensuring that your workforce is existing in a positive environment can give your business longevity and fix issues with focus and performance. The tangible environment.

Could you dramatically improve your employees’ overall productivity by introducing training opportunities?

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Training programmes have much to offer business, from improving employee engagement to ensuring that technology and equipment is optimally used. Well trained workers can have a positive impact on business results and tend to feel more valued and, consequently, more committed to an employer. If boosting productivity is a priority for your business then investment in training opportunities could hold the key for a number of reasons. Training for employee satisfaction.

Memory techniques to help retain knowledge

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Knowledge retention is the foundation of development and growth, on an individual and professional basis. However, it can be difficult to achieve. And it may even be faulty – multiple studies have proven that retention in the human brain is often partially inaccurate and not totally reliable. Not only that but we forget quickly – according to the “forgetting curve,” for example, we will generally forget around 50% of information presented to us within an hour of seeing or hearing it.

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12 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Authoring Tool

Knowing what you need from an eLearning authoring tool can be hard, especially when there are so many options on the market. gomo’s new ebook aims to save you time and hassle by identifying 12 must-have authoring tool features.

What the forgetting curve means for your business

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‘The Learning Curve’ is a phrase that many of us use every day. However, it’s not the only measure of memory and performance that is worth looking at. Where organisations are investing in training and learning development there is another key metric to consider: The Forgetting Curve. For any business with an eye on seeing results from investment in learning development, this could have a big impact on outcomes. What is The Forgetting Curve?

The USA’s training culture leaves them ahead of the UK in terms of productivity

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A new survey has found that the UK’s top performing businesses have one thing in common: prioritising employee learning and development. The survey said that 94% of the businesses in the best performer category identified learning and development in the workplace as a critical component in success of the business overall.

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Challenges for small businesses to overcome to motivate employees and boost productivity

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Productivity is often viewed as something of a mystery by employers struggling to see it in their business. However, far from being a mystical combination of unknown factors, the productivity equation is quite simple: motivated and engaged employees = improved productivity. You don’t need to have a huge budget or be able to offer large financial incentives to employees to increase output, as the science behind productivity is a bit more subtle than that. Factors that may impact productivity.

Learning paths – How can technology support your career pathway?

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In the modern working world we are all very much responsible for our own career pathways. Jobs for life are gone – and with them the restrictions that could have prevented learning and growth for those without a specific qualification or experience. Today, the world is very much your learning oyster, and technology has a big part to play in supporting career development. Making sure you measure your progress.

The key features of LearningNetwork and how it could contribute to a more efficient solution

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Training contributes to many things, from employee satisfaction, to business growth and innovation and a more positive company culture. However, external training can be costly. Managing multiple providers is often time consuming and many incumbent LMSs simply aren’t capable of managing public bookings and training vendors. LearningNetwork offers a new perspective and a practical solution for businesses.

How Customer Education and Support Can Solve Each Other's Biggest Problems

Research shows that 48% of support inquiries at technology companies are “how-to” in nature. Rather than spending time triaging software issues or substantial customer problems, support teams are constantly providing customers with user tutorials. This eBook shares strategies on how you can preempt this problem.

3 ways that LearningNetwork could reduce your training overheads

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LearningNetwork is a visionary new approach to the process of procuring and booking professional training courses for your business. It is an e-commerce technology platform specifically designed to link up the procurement and ongoing management of courses to enable organisations to reduce overheads and introduce a more efficient handling process. How does LearningNetwork operate? Important to note is the fact that LearningNetwork is easy to integrate with an incumbent LMS.

How to achieve your learning goals

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Learning is how human beings evolve. Whether it’s in a professional situation or picking up a new skill or language, the process of learning is essential to growth and development. It can also be a big challenge for anyone who has time constraints to manage or who has gotten out of the habit of regular learning. However, there are many different ways that you can support your learning objectives and take bigger steps towards achieving your goals. The “forgetting curve”.

Enterprise Study – Corporate Social Responsibility Day

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Where did we volunteer? On Monday 26 th March, the team at Enterprise Study participated in a volunteering day down at Stroud Court Community Trust, who provide lifelong, residential support for up to 39 autistic adults.

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5 techniques to help your millennial employees to engage and learn effectively

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Millennials increasingly make up larger proportions of every workforce. They provide a particular challenge to any organisation used to working with Generation X, or older, because they engage and learn differently. This generation, born between the 1980’s and 2000, is the first to have grown up with digital culture truly embedded in their lives.

State of the Front-Line Manager

It's no secret that front-line managers are essential to your organization's success. They form the base of your leadership development funnel and, most likely, account for over half of all your organization's leaders. Improving how front-line managers perform yields mouthwatering increases in how individual contributors perform.

How to build a learning culture that increases your company’s bottom line

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Learning has a crucial role to play in the growth and development of a business. Challenges of innovation and efficiency mean that organisations today face a constant need to evolve, to change and to think outside the box in order to retain a competitive advantage. A learning programme can help to drive positive outcomes by focusing on employees and how the right learning infrastructure can boost their motivation and ultimately drive a higher standard and output of work.

How to create a culture of collaboration in the workplace

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A collaborative working environment is often what marks a really successful workplace out from those that are just good or ok. Genuine teamwork and the sharing of ideas sound like the simplest of solutions but the reality is that collaboration can be hard to achieve. At the heart of it all is creating processes, culture and values that ensure everyone understands the basics of getting along with others.

Is your Learning budget going to waste?

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There is a great deal of value in assigning resources to a learning budget. For many companies, supporting learning in the workplace is the simplest way to get more from a workforce, both in terms of individual personal satisfaction and contribution to the business as a whole. However, learning cannot exist in a vacuum. If it is a one off with no follow up then it can lead to valuable resources going to waste. Is your company wasting its learning budget?

Could Extended Enterprise Learning offer a range of benefits to your business?

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Improvement and evolution are at the core of success for any organisation. Developing new ways to strengthen relationships, improve productivity and introduce efficiencies can change the prospects for businesses, large or small. If you’re looking for an opportunity to increase revenues and productivity then extended enterprise learning has a range of benefits to offer to your business. The benefits of extended enterprise learning. Standardising training for all your stakeholders.

Your Guide to Creating a Customer Onboarding Program

Even if you don’t have a formal program in place, customer onboarding is already happening at your organization. The question is, are you dictating it and guaranteeing a great experience? If not, this guide can help help.

The learning mix – making the most from all learning types

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The learning landscape today is vastly different to a decade ago, even just one or two years. There are many different ways in which monumental changes have been made and one of the most significant of these is how xAPI has influenced learning. The integration of xAPI (an e-learning software specification), for example has changed the way that we can learn and develop. Learning with xAPI.

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‘xAPI: What is it and how it is shaping eLearning & Development’ Webinar Video

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Missed the xAPI webinar? Wishing you could revisit some of topics discussed? Don’t worry! You can catch up on everything you missed at your convenience here. ? ?. xAPI – What it is and how it is shaping eLearning and development from Enterprise Study on Vimeo.

Enterprise Study receives LPI Learning Technologies Provider Accreditation

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Enterprise Study are delighted to have been awarded the status of Accredited Learning Technologies Provider by the Learning and Performance Institute (LPI) for our high quality and e?ciency ciency in the provision of learning and development services to our clients.

Where can you find us at the CIPD Learning and Development Show?

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The CIPD Learning and Development Show takes place this month at the Olympia in London from 25 th to 26 th April. The event is designed to be somewhere to find out about the latest developments and thinking in L&D – so, naturally, Enterprise Study will be there. What is the CIPD Learning and Development Show?

The Secret to Getting Learning Results May Not Be What You Think

Do you struggle to achieve measurable results with your learning solutions? If so, you’re not alone. According to CEB, traditional training only creates 37% learning transfer. This guide explores the causes of poor transfer and concrete steps to achieving better outcomes.

Introducing LearningNetwork: What you need to know

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A centralised system for booking public courses – that is easily integrated with an existing LMS – is an ideal solution to the challenges that many organisations face when it comes to the booking element of learning administration. That’s why LearningNetwork is a good looking solution for any enterprise keen to find a better way to manage course booking that allows for user self-service while also delivering some degree of control – and that, crucially, saves a lot of time.

What to look for in a coach or mentor

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“I look at where I’m at today and realise that most of my success is owed to the mentors in my life.” These are the words of seven time Grammy award winning musician Kendrick Lamar. Whether you’re a rap fan or not, they’re words that resonate across most professions and careers. Having a coach or mentor can give you the support of someone at your back and an inspirational presence with the power to help shape your decisions and vision.

The 70:20:10 learning theory explained

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70:20:10 is a learning theory that was created in the 1980s and is widely thought of as the most reliable roadmap to optimised learning. It breaks down the sources of learning into: 70% acquired knowledge as a result of job related experience. 20% of learning from interactions with others at work. 10% of learning as a result of formal training, courses and events.

How can your LMS help you to set goals and evaluate effectively?

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Setting goals and objectives and evaluating improvement and achievement are key to progress, both individual and organisational. Careful management of this process can contribute enormously to business growth and the ability of an organisation to develop and expand. The challenge often lies in managing this process – planning goals, monitoring performance and reviewing achievement. Without simple and effective systems in place this can become time consuming and confused.

Your Guide to Creating a Customer Onboarding Program

Even if you don’t have a formal program in place, customer onboarding is already happening at your organization. The question is, are you dictating it and guaranteeing a great experience? If not, this guide can help help.

Easing the Pain of External Course Booking – Managed Learning Services

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Date: Wednesday 16 th 2018. Time: 12:30. Length: 30 mins. Continuing our webinar series on “Easing the pain of external course booking” this time we are looking at the impact of Managed Learning Services and how they support organisations with their L&D requirements.

Passporting NHS Staff details : Now Available to NHS Customers

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Interoperability and compatibility of data from one platform to another is an ongoing issue in many industries, and especially within the NHS. The transition of staff and the passporting of NHS staff details from one Trust to another can cause administrative overhead and manual data entry, all of which lead to mistakes and unnecessary cost.

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Could automation tools reduce repetitive admin tasks within your business?

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Automation has the potential to improve business systems and processes for organisations all over the world. It is already established as a bona fide digital trend and is picking up steam as the positive impact of integrating automation into an existing business infrastructure becomes better known. If you’re looking to cut out some of the more repetitive and less productive tasks within your own business then using automation could be a key tool. What is automation?

How can your Learning Management System help you to build good KPIs and organisational objectives?

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Effective knowledge management has a key role to play in helping to reach targets – and a Learning Management System is the ideal structure within which to achieve that. Ongoing evolution and improvement is the key to business growth and development and the work that training companies and departments do has a crucial role to play. Working with a Learning Management System can enable key performance indicators to be identified and objectives set in order to make targets a reality.

Living up to the Promise of eLearning: Closing the Learning-Doing Gap

It’s well documented that people leave managers – not companies. Download this guide to learn how to shift the perspective from event to journey and how to take learners through Proficiency Journeys to get results.

What does the changing world of learning in the workplace look like?

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Workplace learning has evolved enormously in recent years. Long gone are the days when training was focused purely on a single course or objective. Today, it is much more about a holistic and forward thinking approach to employee development that is better integrated with business goals and objectives. Traditional learning is being replaced by more effective learning management designed to engage employees and ensure retention of staff. The 70:20:10 approach to learning.

How could LearningNetwork boost productivity for your organisation?

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Nurturing productivity is crucial to success for any organisation. Inefficient systems and unproductive work processes can slow workflow down, increase costs and distract from more value adding tasks. LearningNetwork provides an L&D department with the opportunity to improve efficiency and introduce a more cost effective way to handle course booking – with the end result that productivity is increased and wasted effort and time is significantly reduced. Why is LearningNetwork necessary?

Is Extended Enterprise training the answer to helping your suppliers to meet your internal standards and ethics?

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No business operates in complete isolation – to a certain extent, all rely on various networks and partner relationships to grow and develop. Training your Extended Enterprise can certainly make life easier when it comes to day-to-day business relationships. However, it could also go much further, ensuring that the suppliers and partners that you work with are on the same page as you on key issues such as quality and ethics. How does Extended Enterprise training work?

What benefits could Enterprise Study’s new LearningNetwork platform bring to your business’ training?

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Public courses have a significant role to play in ongoing development and learning. However, the administration that surrounds this can be time consuming and costly. The new LearningNetwork platform has been specifically designed to tackle this issue, simplifying the processes involved, enabling bookings with a mix of suppliers and – crucially – saving a great deal of time. There are many benefits for any enterprise to integrating the LearningNetwork platform into an existing LMS.

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