You can have the best learning programme in the world, but it won’t make any difference to your bottom line if nobody knows it exists or how it benefits them. That’s why it’s essential to get a solid internal marketing strategy in place. We’ve put together this recipe to ensure your learners know where to find your learning, how to use it and why it matters.
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You’ve purchased a new system at work or want to train staff on an existing platform.
Where do you start?
One-off training is no longer an option, and the most successful companies are following recipes similar to the one outlined below.
Welcome to the next instalment in our Disruption Debate series, where Lars Hyland speaks to some of L&D’s key thought leaders and influencers to find out what’s changing in the industry today. This time, Lars spoke to Peter Yarrow, Global Head of Personal and Professional Growth at Standard Life.
Most learning professionals agree that the critical weakness of their learning management system (LMS) is reporting. Research by Bersin & Associates determined that reporting is the number one challenge for legacy LMSs, and that nearly half of all learning professionals see it as a significant problem.
It can be a nightmare ensuring that your employees are up to date with their compliance training. Poor take-up can be down to inconvenience, time constraints, irrelevant or poorly delivered modules, and even lack of interest. Following this recipe should help to improve your organisation’s mandatory compliance statistics, which should afford you a greater peace of mind.
Social learning is becoming an increasingly popular element of organisations’ learning strategies, as it supports the 20% of the 70:20:10 model focused on learning through relationships with others. However, many businesses aren’t making the most of this valuable approach to learning. Our easy recipe will help you focus your efforts in the right way to ensure your social learning initiative is a success.
The Government National Apprenticeship Reforms intend to give employers more control over designing, choosing and paying for apprenticeship training. However, many training providers are failing to innovate and are relying on traditional classroom methods. Here are a few ingredients to help boost your training, and maximise learner satisfaction and completion.
Choosing a Learning Management System (LMS) in a market of over 600 can be a daunting task. So, where do you start? To help you choose the best LMS, we have prepared a recipe in collaboration with Webanywhere with everything you should keep in the mix.
Getting new employees 'up to speed' is more important in today’s working environment than ever before. Companies no longer expect that their associates will commit to working for them for the duration of their career. This isn’t just generational; there are specific fields, like media and entertainment, where employees move on to their next job fairly quickly.
Welcome to our new Totara Recipe series, where we'll be working with Platinum Partner Webanywhere to show you everything you need to cook up a storm with your Totara LMS. Our first recipe comes from Webanywhere's Philip Rushworth, and is all about onboarding with Totara LMS.