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10 Remote Training Ideas

Ed App

Its popularity has soared even more due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, which has pushed hundreds, if not thousands, of businesses to shift to remote training to sustain a culture of growth and learning, despite their teams being forced to stay at home and work remotely. .

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6 Effective Ways To Increase Employee Productivity

eFront

We suggest that you stay clear of the crude methods that some managers have adopted for measuring employee productivity, such as obsessing over total time spent at work and encouraging a culture of unnecessary overtime over actual productive work hours, or trying to gauge productivity from useless metrics like emails sent and meetings attended.

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Building a Performance Ecosystem

CLO Magazine

Accomplishing this requires both cultural and technological support. There is much written about the cultural aspects of the workplace needed to make that happen. Leaders are also trying to figure out how to create an infrastructure to augment the organizational culture and support formal, performance support and social learning. Formal learning still has a place, as does asynchronous e-learning. The picture is richer than just ROI.

In Learning, Size Matters

CLO Magazine

Consider current standby microlearning examples such as instant messaging, blogging and even the telephone and water cooler. The drastic increase in asynchronous e-learning points to the workforce’s need to access what they need when they need it (Figure 1). For synchronous microlearning, techniques such as instant messaging, social media and email are well understood.