There is no doubt that a customizable enterprise secure video training platform is an invaluable tool for corporate training. As learning and development leaders continue to transition from instructor-led training to a blended learning approach, video training has proven to be consistently engaging and learner-centric, as opposed to the text-heavy traditional learning environment.
Successful high-impact training organizations understand how paramount it is to implement effective cybersecurity training to protect confidential data and digital assets. Not only is it essential to establish data loss prevention strategies and BYOD policies, businesses need to design, develop and deliver a cybersecurity training program that’s relevant, applicable, retainable and up to date.
We all know someone who has had a very bad first day of work. In fact, research shows that almost 4 percent of employees quit their job on the first day! Employees who get off to a poor start with a new company are more likely to underperform, fail to meet goals and leave within the year. So a proper, and thorough welcome for the new employee is paramount. But successful onboarding programs go beyond the paperwork, computer setup and desk assignment that most companies dole out on the first day of a new job.
Today’s millennial workforce is all about accessing relevant and applicable content. As enterprise training organizations continue to transition from instructor-led training to a blended learning experience, the need for more effective training methods is key to ensuring you deliver the right message, at the right time. Successful organizations recognize the importance of utilizing video in the corporate training environment due to its effectiveness and proven return on investment.
Historically, training meant sitting in a classroom listening to an instructor speak and watching a PowerPoint presentation for hours on end. Today’s workforce is starting to transition from the traditional instructor-led training (ILT) approach to a blended learning environment, a hybrid between ILT and virtual ILT, and paper-based to digital learning.
Are you reading this on a smartphone? Chances are good that you are, as almost 70 percent of U.S. adults now have one. Mobile technology is ubiquitous. It has already changed the way we work, so of course it is also changing the way we train our workforce.
Successful organizations understand that training content is intellectual property and it is critical to design and implement a strategy that secures it. Whether that’s establishing a data loss prevention strategy that identifies, tracks and prevents unauthorized access to confidential data or creating a BYOD policy, there needs to be an efficient and effective cybersecurity training program that’s relevant and retainable.
We always hear that sales reps simply do not use the sale tools, content, and data sheets that are created to help them sell. In fact, IDC says that as much as 80 percent of content goes unused by sales teams. One simple and effective way to fix this problem is gamification. Gamification uses quizzes, quests, leaderboards and prizes to encourage sales training and development.