Toni Becker

21st August 2017

How your Managers Can Achieve Employee Engagement in Corporate Training

Managers are highly influential in the workplace, and can play a significant role in increasing employee engagement in corporate learning. If you want your managers to be involved in engaging your employees through the learning process, there are certain principles or best practices you need to follow.

Best Practices for Managers to Achieve Employee Engagement in Corporate Learning

There has been considerable concern regarding employee engagement in corporate training throughout the years. Companies are continually searching for the best way to increase [...]

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21st August 2017

How to Create a Training Roadmap for your Learners

If you want to achieve the best possible results from your employee training, you need to follow a strategic, well thought out training roadmap.

A training roadmap ensures that your training course is always guiding learners to the desired training outcome. Through this, you will effectively meet your training objectives.

So, what exactly is a training roadmap?

Also referred to as a learning path, a training roadmap is a sequence of well-structured learning activities that teach specific topics. Essentially, this is a way [...]

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10th August 2017

The Importance of Getting to Know your Learners

How well do you understand and empathise with your learners? Do you know them, really know them? As a Learning and Development or training professional, you have a lot on your shoulders. You need to plan, organise, and implement training, and in this whirlwind, you may place the end-user on the back burner. One of the greatest misconceptions is that you need to spend more time and resources on content creation because this is what ensures better learning results.

Of course, [...]

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8th August 2017

Must Have Soft Skills for Corporate Learners

If you want your employees to be more efficient, productive, and empathetic on the job, soft skills should be an important part of your online training strategy.

The reason soft skills are so important is that they are related to teambuilding, communication, and human interaction, as opposed to hard skills/technical skills that deal with job related talents. For example: knowing how to troubleshoot a technical problem would be a hard skill, while knowing how to “actively listen” would be a soft [...]

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