A storyboard can help you determine how to present the content, the eLearning learning outcomes.
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eLearning is essential a visual medium, so in eLearning design Looks do Matter
Employee onboarding programmes help increase retention and effectiveness. Onboarding effectively is critical as most employees tend to decide within the three months of starting a new job whether or not they will stay.
Ultimately facilitation is about guiding participants vs. leading them, engaging vs. directing and stimulating learning vs. lecturing.
Your onboarding experience is critical to engage, retain new hires and get them up to speed. How long does it take to get your new hires up to speed?
Organisations require different skills as the business evolves. Building a learning organisation encourages knowledge sharing and collaboration.
A lack of preparation or an incongruent onboarding programme can rapidly increase disengagement and reduce retention. First impressions count!
A learning organisation sees problems as opportunities. Employees should be encouraged to seek out challenges and undertake stretch assignments without feeling that mistakes will jeopardise their careers.
Traditional learning and development models can be ineffective in bridging the gap between employers and employees, or in improving engagement and performance.
Organisations that pay as much attention to Employee Experience as Customer Experience outshine their competitors in the war for talent
Offboarding and reboarding can be just as important as onboarding talent for crafting a culture that supports retention, innovation and employee engagement.
Multiple intelligences are a representation of different intellectual abilities, whereas learning styles are how we approach different tasks.
Performance conversations are often not handled well in many organisations. Most of us don't like to be told what to do and we sometimes do the opposite of what we are told, even when the information would be helpful. Learning to hear and act on feedback is a skill we all need to learn in order to keep growing and developing skills.
After running presentation skills training or a workshop to build Emotionally Intelligent teams we have found it important to recap and run a debrief with the participants. This helps embed the ideas and give them an action step to take when they leave the training.
The embedded learning concept helps improve communication. We learn best through watching, doing and then embedding the learning by teaching what we have learned. There is nothing that deepens our understanding quite like having to share and teach someone else what we have just learned. In this process there is an observer, a participant and a mentor.