Virtual learning is here to stay as more and more organizations embrace remote work as a part of their model. One tool to consider adding to your learning toolbox is a whiteboard app.
Senior consultants Annie Yukish and Emelyn Shabel recently attended the ATD 2021 International Conference in Salt Lake City, Utah to uncover and learning trends, insights, and innovations to consider for future client solutions.
An important decision in designing training is choosing the best way to deliver it: a facilitated session, job shadowing and observation, an eLearning course, learning in the flow of work, a self-study, a peer forum—the possibilities are almost endless.
A facilitator plays a critical role in bringing content to life and ensuring participants are engaged and learning—whether virtually or in person. They provide a level of empathy to the learning environment or meeting room that technology cannot replicate. We’ve put together a few tips for successful facilitation we think will withstand the test of time.
The interactive event took place over five days and was 100% live—no small feat! And while we attended for the enriching content, we also gained valuable insights from the attendee perspective about session structure and variety, as well as what worked to keep us engaged.
We are thrilled to celebrate our very own Notion Navigator, Jaime Snelgrove, for the honor of being named one of Training Magazine’s 2020 Top 5 Emerging Training Leaders.
Learning is a huge part of our DNA. We asked our Thinkers what they’ve been learning about lately and have gathered some highlights to share!
In this second installment in our Virtual Learning series, we’re building off of a foundation of strong objectives and audience insights, and discussing how to identify learning activities to meet those objectives.
For the past few months, we’ve seen companies quickly do their best to shift their training, events, and other previously in-person activities to virtual platforms.