How to Collect Training Feedback?

Corporate training has two aspects. One revolves around the designing of the course content as well as the delivery. The second is all about measuring the impact of training on the employees.  The ultimate aim of training programs is to bring about an improvement in the employee’s performance and reduce attrition rates. This is where…

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5 Reasons Your Training Program Has Turned Into A Yawnfest

  The tell-tale rolling of eyes every time the next training session is announced. The carefully polite but disinterested smiles during the class. Are you having sleepless nights thinking that your training program is receiving a less than enthusiastic response from your team? If so you are not alone. Many employees quickly lose interest in…

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Why L&D Can Be a Gamechanger in the time of VUCA

‘Times are a-changin’.    No one knows this better than the current crop of business leaders. The tried and tested or the formulaic way of managing people and leading business is no longer effective in a world where continuous changes and disruptions are the new normal.   A survey conducted by Deloitte ‘2019 Global Human Capital…

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8 LMS Myths That Might Sabotage Your Training Initiative

As per a market forecast report conducted by Fortune Business Insights, “The global learning management system (LMS) market is projected to grow from $16.19 billion in 2022 to $40.95 billion by 2029, at a CAGR of 14.2%”. Learning Management Systems have become almost synonymous with corporate training today. From delivering training effortlessly to tracking employee…

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7 Ways of Getting the Maximum ROI from Training Programs

As indispensable as they have turned out to be in recent years, training programs are expensive affairs. Upskilling the workforce takes a lot of time, effort, and money. From arranging experienced /qualified instructors and certified subject matter experts, and developing course content to paying for video-conferencing facilities and other equipment, any training program comes with…

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Taco Bell Establishes ‘in-house’ B –School for its Employees!

Mid-level managers at Taco Bell can now get an MBA in restaurant management/hospitality while working full-time. In a bid to revamp their learning & development culture, the US-based fast-food chain has established their business school! Named Taco Bell Business School, this newly minted B School will offer courses in restaurant management in collaboration with the…

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How to Make Your Organizational Culture More Knowledge-Friendly?

“Knowledge itself is power” Sir Francis Bacon in Mediations Sacrae   An organization operates based on both individual and collective knowledge gaining as well as sharing. A highly motivated, talented, and enthusiastic workforce that is ever-ready to absorb more knowledge be it technical know-how or communication strategies, and apply it efficiently is the foundation on which…

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How Competency Mapping Is Instrumental for Your Company

Before we look for solutions for pre-existing issues, the problem itself has to be identified. Before we ask how we have to ask ‘why’. Address what has gone wrong. So no L&D program can start without effective competency mapping.   To identify training needs, the knowledge gap has to be identified first. Your annual sales…

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