You recognize the importance of employee development and you think that it's a great investment. So, you carefully plan your employee development programs and execute them. But, instead of people clamoring for them, you notice that they have low attendance
As the world continuously changes, you and your organization must adapt to it. And as your company adapts, your workforce should, too. Your employees hold the key to your company's future. If they're left behind, your organization will be, too.
Employee engagement is the key to employee performance. And employee development is a great investment to engage and retain your employees. However, to fully reap the benefits of your employee development programs, they have to be one thing—engaging. That's right.
The new normal is the age of remote learning. But despite how effective it can be, there are topics that can be hard to discuss using this method. One of them is soft skills. In a previous blog post, we
Humans are social beings. As a human, social interactions are essential for you to survive. The same rule applies when learning. According to the 70-20-10 model for learning and development, 20% of learning comes from your interaction with others. This
Effective employee onboarding is important. That's why, on a previous blog post, we discussed why you should use e-learning for your onboarding. So, you've decided: why not give it a try? But, just like how you make your training programs