In any training experience, you want your learners to be engaged, to change behaviors, to improve performance, and to connect more deeply with your organization. Following these guidelines can help you and your organization deliver memorable learning experiences that take performance to the next level.
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Digital design expert Britney Cole shows you what to look for when evaluating digital versions of leadership training programs.
Good virtual leadership is the same as good face-to-face leadership. It’s about doing all the important things leaders need to do, but in a different medium and environment.
The research shows that anything leaders do in a face-to-face environment, they need to do more of—and better—in a virtual environment.
Virtual learning offers some significant advantages. Your learners don’t need to suspend their work in order to travel to a training site, and this means less loss of productivity.
A Jump Start for Virtual Facilitation and On-line Mini-Course
Venturing into virtual territory without a road map for success can lead to a bumpy and uncertain journey. Although virtual delivery differs from classroom delivery, there are similarities. A few...
What you need to ask and know about online learning. More than eighty percent of organizations use elearning to deliver training content.
Combine proven content together with engaging instructional design to create online leadership development programs that can be accessed on demand and just-in-time.
3 Strategies for Maximizing the Investment of Your Training Dollars
Virtual learning at CareDx
Embracing Virtual Learning
Aligning Leadership Development to Corporate Culture
Customizing Leadership Training