Delivering great content is often the biggest stumbling block to effective learning in many organizations. A sensible content strategy can help any organization jump-start, rebuild, or enhance its learning initiatives.
Learn how to reach and engage remote employees within your organization and see how this will strengthen employee engagement, create personal connection with executives, and increase collaboration between teams and employees.
From problem solving to leadership and business acumen, this paper outlines the seven deadly skills of the perfect employee and how they can be developed. HR departments don’t always pick all of these up, so take a look and see where your organisation could be missing a trick.
From effective communication to problem solving and decision making, this whitepaper explains the ‘seven deadly skills’ all leaders should possess, and outlines how Skillsoft can help you develop them.
In a “talent-constrained” economy, attracting and engaging highly talented people, developing globalleaders, improving and sharing new skills, and keeping people aligned and working together are major challenges.
In this report, we discuss how new approaches and a new science of human resources have emerged to develop a “smarter workforce,” resetting the bar on talent, learning, and leadership strategies.
Learning is critical to enabling business strategy, from onboarding new hires to developing future leaders, to educating channel partners and customers. This study, based on responses collected from 185 organizations between July and September 2013, looks at how organizations connect learning to business priorities, create development programs that impact every stage of the employee lifecycle and utilize technology to support learning initiatives. It also examines the business impact of building learning capability and running effective learning programs. Research conducted by Aberdeen Group and brought to you thanks to Skillsoft.
With a constantly evolving business climate, encountering change is the new normal. Organizations that embrace and practice agility are proven to be more effective in dealing with change. Key to fostering agility is continuous learning and development. Learning is not an event-based occurrence where one-time training can satisfy skill gaps; learning opportunities need to be accessible, targeted, and continuous. With a strong learning culture that aligns with business objectives, companies are better able to embrace an agile mindset, and with increased agility, performance will improve and the overall business impact will increase.
E-learning is already known to be the most efficient and cost effective way to deliver training to a workforce. However, the best way to truly prepare employees for meeting organisational objectives is to focus the training on three major areas of skill development. Using a learning solution that is capable of delivering optimal training on each type of skill and checking for comprehension by examining the outcomes from other HR processes will drive performance within the company as employees develop their soft, functional and compliancebased skills.
What’s the one thing that could make webinars even better? Presenting in high-definition video.
The benefits of using video in a webinar are numerous, some of which may even surprise you.
This 1080 Group brief shares 7 ways presenter video can help you improve your webinars and impress your audience.
Webinars are powerful tools for reaching and engaging audiences anywhere. But first you need to know how to present your information simply and successfully.
This template by Gihan Perera, author of Webinar Smarts, will help you craft a compelling marketing webinar that will engage your audience from start to finish.
There are a few simple things you can do before, during and after a webinar that will leave your attendees talking for days.
If you want to have a lively event, get the conversation started early.
This brief provides an easy step-by-step guide that will make your online event more engaging, valuable and effective.
We've all grown used to ordinary customer experiences, so when something extraordinary happens, we pay attention.
No matter whether your business is a one-person show just getting started or a multi-national corporation, whether you are a front-line worker or a top-level executive, you can create awesome.
This brief by Scott Stratten, best-selling author and president of UnMarketing, shares stories that’ll inspire you to find your own unique brand of business awesome.