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Most Effective Strategies for Video Based Learning in Corporate Training

For training and learning purposes, video based content is increasingly becoming a popular choice. It is also a perfect match for corporate training as it is learner-centric and helps overcome real-world constraints. It is a versatile format, as it can be integrated with Learning Management Systems (LMS), viewed during an instructor-led training, and can be shared over the intranet. It can be utilized during video conferencing and be included in a chat room forum. Its integration with various virtual learning services makes it an ideal learning tool for employees. Continue reading

How Corporates Can Measure The Deep Impact of Their Employee Training Program

Needs analysis and the training based on these needs are at the core of any organization’s learning and development strategies. While so much goes into understanding the need of the hour for the employee and development of the training content, unfortunately, the same cannot be said when it comes to understanding the impact of the employee training program.

As per daily employee tracking data in the U.S by Gallup, less than one-third of the employees feel that they are involved in and committed to their jobs and workplaces. Thus arises the need for better engagement and training programs. Continue reading

How Gamification Can Help Enhance Compliance Training

Corporate compliance training has always centered on the use of traditional methods and techniques to impart mandatory information like laws, company policies, and regulations to employees, in order to avoid violations of regulations that could lead to legal liabilities for the organization or employee.
Unfortunately, the very nature of compliance training being at their core “mandatory” can be a major deterrent in how effective they are. They can be dull, boring, and formulaic, and learners will more often trudge through them with the objective of simply getting through them and achieving a completion status, rather than taking an active interest in the topics covered. Continue reading