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Inspection: Analyzing Business Outcomes in a Training Organization

Training initiatives are not cheap, and oftentimes learning and development leaders fail to see a return on their training investment as a result of ineffective means of measuring business outcomes. 

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4 Tips for Empowering Your Independent Workforce

While Uber and Lyft are the poster children of the independent worker economy, a less buzzed about group of freelancers and consultants are changing the way B2B enterprises and Fortune 500 companies do business. In 2016 highly skilled, educated freelance contractors are making a big impact on business. Trainers and managers need to adapt their learning and development programs to get the most out of this unique workforce.  

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High Impact Training Organizations Require Effective Execution

Visionaries exist in every organization. They are the people who set business goals for the future and inspire people to make ideas a reality. Establishing business objectives, ensuring strategic alignment, and adopting the tools and best practices necessary to meet learner needs is crucial; however, only solid execution can enhance the learning experience, and achieve individual and organizational success.

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4 Ways Learning Paths Combat Training Information Overload

Did you know that 2.5 exabytes of data are produced each day? That is a hard number to comprehend, so consider this: Each day the equivalent of 250,000 Libraries of Congress are produced! This infographic from Northeastern University gives further perspective to the amount of data produced daily.  With so much noise coming at anyone at any time, it is very hard for the brain to identify and retain the most important information.

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Mindfulness Training Critical in Leadership Development

As a busy leader today, you are barraged with interruptions and demands for your attention. Much of a typical leader’s workday is spent reacting to the influx of emails and calls, responding to customer and/or employee requests, and checking off a lengthy to-do list. To make matters worse, the need for a leader to make thoughtful decisions on demand despite the array of distractions adds to one’s pressure and stress.

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Adaptive Learning: How to Offer What Your Audience Wants

There’s no such thing as a one-size-fits-all training approach. Successful training initiatives are created and designed with the understanding that people learn in different ways, at different speeds, and it is necessary to meet those needs on an individual basis. 

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