Use WFH time now to complete compliance training

OpenSesame

This may seem daunting as most companies are simply trying to stay afloat, however, there are still ways to boost productivity as you prepare for the rest of the year. Many employees have been working from home for a few weeks and they are settling into their new routines, making this the perfect time to complete compliance training usually done in Q3 or Q4. In addition, you can ask employees for more in-depth feedback on the training.

Getting Your Compliance Training Blend Right

Interactive Services

Your learning and development team has been tasked with designing an organization-wide global compliance training rollout. Since you are looking for a solution that’s available to all employees worldwide and is easy to track and monitor, you’ve decided to go with e-learning. Given the global reach required, this is certainly the best choice – right? It might meet your efficiency and tracking requirements, but it may not be the only solution.

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4 Pragmatic Strategies L&D Teams Must Use to Train Remote Workers with Limited Training Budgets

EI Design

In the midst of changing dynamics, disruption, impact on employees and businesses, and looming global recession, what strategies can help L&D teams? In this article, I share 4 strategies to train remote workers quickly with limited training budgets. In this article (part of a series of 4 articles, an eBook, and a Webinar), I focus on the impact of COVID-19, notably the need to quickly adopt remote or Virtual Training (amidst tight or limited budgets).

Learning Meets Fun – 4 Games for Different Training Types

CommLab India

It’s play that helps us do serious things better because we enjoy them and feel a sense of joy in our achievements.”. - Jake Orlowitz, Head of the Wikipedia Library, Wikimedia Foundation. Just as there are different instructional strategies to teach different types of subjects, you need a different game for different types of training. Let us see 4 games that can be used for different types of online training programs. Do let us know in the comments section below.

Getting the Training Blend Right

Interactive Services

Your learning and development team has been tasked with designing an organization-wide global compliance training rollout. Since you are looking for a solution that’s available to all employees worldwide and is easy to track and monitor, you’ve decided to go with e-learning. Given the global reach required, this is certainly the best choice – right? It might meet your efficiency and tracking requirements, but it may not be the only solution.

5 L&D considerations for returning to the workplace

OpenSesame

It’s time to start planning our return to the workplace. Adjustments made during the pandemic will extend into and impact our return to the office. As we’ve heard a thousand times in the past month, there is likely no returning to “normal” – whatever that may mean. While we are planning for facilities management, social distancing, and providing PPE, employers should also plan for a variety of learning and development initiatives that can ease the transition.

How Voya Uses Video to Connect Remote Workers

Allego

Organizations that went “virtual” overnight at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic have each responded differently to the new work environment. Some remote workers thrived, while others missed the face-to-face interactions that keep them focused and productive.

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Free learning & development webinars for June 2017

Limestone Learning

With good weather tempting us away from our desks, now’s the time to work efficiently and capitalize on short bursts of learning. Thursday, June 1, 2017, 9AM – 10AM PT: Beyond Video: Why Every Learning Organization Needs a "Knowledge Hosting" Strategy With video on the rise for online learning in organizations, it's time to ask the question: "Is my approach to video learning really up to snuff"? Collect and visualize compliance data.

Top 40 eLearning Articles and 5 Hot Topics for Early March

eLearning Learning Posts

Best of eLearning Learning. March is off to a great start! And it’s nice to see that in the hot topics, the Big Question has had an influence. Nine Information Alternatives to the Now Defunct Training Magazine - Kapp Notes , March 2, 2010 Unfortunately, Training Magazine is folding up shop on its web site, print magazine and conferences. This post offers some other places to get information about training. Authentic Elearning?

Free L&D webinars for April 2020

Limestone Learning

Crocuses and daffodils are peeking out, the days are sunny, and we’re … inside! What a strange spring it is for everyone, hunkered indoors as we weather the COVID-19 crisis. Many of us are getting a crash course in remote work as we quickly get up to speed on teleconferencing, videoconferencing and the vast array of tools and hacks for virtual teams. The coronavirus may have robbed us of face-to-face interaction, but it can’t rob us of learning.

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3D Happenings

Kapp Notes

At the 3DTLC a couple of vendors announced some new, really cool features. ProtonMedia Having a chat in the world of ProtoSphere which now integrates with SharePoint. ProtonMedia announced the integration of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 with the company’s ProtoSphere virtual teaming and collaboration platform. This is the first time Microsoft SharePoint services and content have been combined with a 3D virtual collaboration platform.

Manage Remotely With Coordination, Not Control

CLO Magazine

News earlier this year that Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer would require all of the company’s remote workers to return to the office quickly escalated into a national talking point, with critics categorizing the policy as antiquated and others lauding the decision as a step in the right direction in straightening out the embattled company’s culture. Of course, the issue runs much deeper than the use of technology.

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