Category Archives: Learning Management

Fight The Fatigue: 8 Tips To Prevent Corporate eLearning Burnout

Is your staff growing weary of online training? In this article, I’ll share 8 tips to prevent corporate eLearning burnout and keep employees fully engaged. How to Prevent Corporate eLearning Burnout Many employees are willing to participate in online training if they know there’s something in it for them. There comes a time when even…

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Missing: New Hires. Is Your Onboarding to Blame?

When your newest Human Capital investments go missing by way of early resignation, is your onboarding program, or lack thereof, to blame? The Importance of Onboarding According to the Harvard Business Review, companies reportedly lose as many as 17% of their new employees in just three months after hire. These companies stand to lose a…

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This is Why Operational Efficiency Will Make You a More Successful CLO

If You Must do More with Less, Efficiency is the Key to Success The operations of L&D are complex and require the integration of several moving parts. While other departments can streamline efficiency with software and machines, the L&D department is in the “people” business, which leads to highly manual processes. That isn’t to say…

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Why Chief Learning Officers Should Care About Learning Experience

Match the Demands of Today’s Learners, Or Someone Else Will Around the world, customers – irrespective of the service they consume – expect their experience to be consistent, personalized, responsive, and convenient. Learners are no different. Learners have Four Expectations A consistent learning experience, irrespective of the channel or mode of training delivery A responsive…

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