Microlearning. More and more organizations want it, some thinking it’s a way to condense or shorten the time it takes to train workers. Or is it just another buzzword to sell products and services to companies that want a change in the way they train?
Former President Barack Obama gave the keynote speech Monday, at the 2018 ATD International Conference and Exposition in San Diego, CA about the role of learning, and the culture of learning, within organizations and how his education and learning experiences shaped is own decision-making abilities. ATD is the Association for Talent Development.
Are you being asked to measure the competency of your workers either before or after they have been trained to perform their tasks safely and correctly? What is the impact of learning on your workers? Do you know where to start, and how to make it repeatable?
Ensuring students learn effectively is the subject of rigorous study, whether the learners are young children, college students, or employees. Many, many methods have been tried, with varying degrees of success. Most recently, some have become strong advocates of a method known as design thinking. According to the Association for Talent Development (ATD), typical instructional […]
Regardless of how many years of experience training and development professionals have, there’s always more to learn. In fact, with the many impacts on employee training and development these days—from keeping up with various industry innovations and regulations, to the widespread impacts of technology, it’s fair to say that few can really claim up-to-the-minute expert […]
We’ve taken a look at some innovative ways you can add value to the onboarding process in the early days of an employee’s tenure with you—even before he or she actually starts the job—but the process can and should continue to have maximum impact. Here are five additional best practice tips for effective onboarding:
In yesterday’s Advisor, we learned about important leadership levers discussed at the annual Association for Talent Development (ATD) Conference and Exposition held recently in Denver, Colorado. Today we have more advice from ATD, and this time we’re discussing the habits of highly successful compliance training.
This week, we’re presenting valuable tips for trainers that were shared at the annual Association for Talent Development (ATD) Conference and Exposition held recently in Denver, Colorado. Today, we hear from Jack Zenger, CEO of Zenger Folkman, on 6 Leadership Levers that drive great results.
In yesterday’s Advisor, we presented thoughts on bite-sized learning from a session at the annual Association for Talent Development (ATD) Conference and Exposition held recently in Denver, Colorado. Today, another ATD speaker has advice for determining the return on investment (ROI) of training programs.
Bite-sized learning has been much discussed in the training world, but for all of its demonstrated benefits, it hasn’t been quick to be adopted in a traditional training world. FranklinCovey’s Matt Murdoch and Treion Muller have some thoughts on the power of bite-sized learning—and tips for trainers who want to use it.