6+1 Tips On Starting A Successful Training Business


Of course starting your own training business is not easy , but only in the sense that starting any kind of business can be daunting. What’s more, you have this handy guide we’ve made for you, with everything you need to know on how to start an online training business.

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Plume - e-learning & learning management systems

The three magic words that every business owner dreams of; the prospect of sitting back and letting the money roll in month after month with very little input. But while these incentives may be effective for any business, they are limited in their effectiveness.

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Overcoming the forgetting curve in training courses


L&D specialists constantly search for ways to create courses that are relevant, engaging and that can prove a positive ROI for the business. Finally, it reaches a plateau where it stops.

Helping Consultants, Experts, and Coaches Smash Through Personal and Professional Plateaus with David Shriner-Cahn


David shares what he has learned about best practices in business from interviewing entrepreneurs, along with strategies you can implement to smash the plateau in your business’s growth. Many business owners and entrepreneurs think about success as a linear progression.

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Action Mapping for ELearning


Your trainings seem to be hitting the plateau. Identify business goal: Organizational goals have to be linked with performance goals. What’s more, you will finally get a chance to be the hero – the ROI hero! Ever wondered why the best laid plans for eLearning go awry?