Collaboration among employees is an essential practice for learning, this is acknowledged by organizations the world over. Social learning is integral to all learning environments as learners tend to gain knowledge more by observation, interaction, and collaboration. Social learning in simple terms is learning with the help of your social network, we tend to engage in one or the other form of social learning in our day to day activities, it could be the discussions in the cafeteria or more sophisticated interactions on blogs and social media. Continue reading “How to Incorporate Social Learning Strategies to Boost Corporate Training”
Blended learning is the amalgamation of instructor-led training and eLearning which has found varied innovative applications such as Virtual Instructor-led training. VILT helps deliver a face to face session in the virtual environment which can overcome geographic constraints while maximizing the reach of the instructor-led training. Continue reading “Top 5 Reasons to Choose Blended Learning for Your Corporate 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 Corporates Can Measure The Deep Impact of Their Employee Training Program”