There are so many modalities for delivering training. Often we find one, two, or even three methods that we gravitate toward and use frequently, maybe to a fault. This article provides an overview of a variety of these training deliveries from in-person to computer-based.
Managing learning programs is a focus for us at ATDVOS this month. To kick things off in that direction, we are highlighting the ATD Certificate Program of the same name. The Managing Learning Programs Certificate is a three-day program that provides the critical leadership necessary to develop the learning function and have a meaningful impact on the overall strategy in your organization.
There's a lot of hoopla right now about the strengths and weaknesses of the Millennial generation as they continue their steady entrance into the workforce. But one thing is clear: as Baby Boomer retirements continue (19,000 a day for the next decade), our firstline leaders and team managers likely will be drawn from the Millennial ranks.
Organizations that have not developed retention plans for their Millennial workforce are already experiencing the cost of churn as these workers leave their first jobs. Seeking continuous learning, as well as the opportunity to lead meaningful projects that make an impact in the world, Millennials intend to go where thier skills are valued and developed. It can cost $25,000 to replace a Millennial employee, but the retention solution is right in front of any forward-thinking organization; develop the skills of your emerging leaders now and prepare them for increasing responsibility in their first management roles.
Join Cynthia Clay as we explore the path to leadership for our next generation of leaders.
After this one-hour webinar, you'll be able to:
As you most likely know, technology is at the forefront of instructional design. Being aware of trends and best practices is crucial to your success in the design process. Bernard Marr explores the Articificial Intelligence (A.I.) courses that designers should know about in 2018.
Not able to attend the sessions for the second part of our 3 part virtual series on using science to select, develop and coach your team members.? Below is a link for the recorded session of Part 2 that introduced how understanding preferred behavioral styles, motivations, and natural strengths or talents combine to create greater self-awareness and authenticity resulting in improved performance. There is still room to register for Part 3, sessions scheduled for 5/15 from 11am - 1:30pm and 5/21 from 6:30pm - 8pm. Go to ATD VOS Events page to register.
Having the right people in the right roles is something every business strives for. Ram Ramesh discusses through his experience how employee engagement drove his businesses to improve talent management and make sure the right people were in the right roles.
Each year you inevitably set resolutions for yourself for personal or professional reasons. It's time to take that approach with with your instructional design. Sarah Mercier gives us 3 resolutions to set for instructional design and development.
In the L&D world, we constantly look for ways to increase learner
engagement and achieve the learning objectives. We are looking to improve performance and create a culture of learning that is sustainable. Up until now
, L&D has fought that fight. What if it no longer was feasible for one person/group to manage? Stephen Gill and David Grebow discuss the future of learning and how it is shifting to the hands of managers and employees.
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