It’s no surprise to training professionals that participants in company training events are often less than fully engaged. Training can feel boring, obvious, and even pointless to some participants. This is particularly true for preventive training, or training that teaches participants how to avoid a bad outcome, as opposed to training designed to teach participants […]
In a previous post, we discussed that although many organizations’ sales departments are often aggressive in their training efforts, the fact that salespeople are generally not held accountable for applying the skills they learn acts as a barrier to training retention.
Attending learning and development (L&D) conferences each year can propel your organization’s L&D initiatives forward and make them more profitable and effective, as well as ensure that your organization remains a competitive force in its field for many years.
The Workforce L&D 2019 conference is an L&D Daily Advisor event that will be hosted this year at the Renaissance Nashville Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee, in November. Below is more information about who will be at the conference and why you won’t want to miss it.
The Workforce L&D 2019 conference is an L&D Daily Advisor event that will be hosted this year in November. Here’s a brief overview of what you need to know about this event if you’re interested in attending or sharing information about it with others.
The research and statistics are in, revealing that employees’ experiences are critical to their engagement levels, productivity, and overall willingness to stay with an organization long term. This makes employees’ experiences critical to the overall success and profitability of an organization.
Learning and development (L&D) programs consistently yield positive results for organizations of all shapes and sizes, which is why the L&D industry is currently projected to be worth $7.12 billion by 2023, at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 28.2%. But if you need even more evidence proving the value of L&D programs, here […]
Employee engagement is key to boosting productivity and morale, and it can be encouraged through a number of means. For example, we’ve written previously about employee preferences for working at a company that is serving the greater good. This preference is especially true among younger generations.
In a previous post, we discussed the importance of evaluating employee training efforts. Not only is evaluation important in determining the outcome of the training as a whole but also to get an idea of which specific components were the most useful and how engaged employees were.
Companies spend a lot of time and money on employee training, often with less-than-certain results. It’s crucial to evaluate the impact and success of your employee training efforts for several reasons.