Is one-size-fits-all learning dead?
One-size-fits-all training was once considered the norm, but most organisations and employees now find them insufficient, says Sun Kim, vice-president of a cloud-based provider
The brain’s vital impact on learning
While cognitive science is undoubtedly complex in nature, an understanding of its basics can provide vast benefits to your organisation and its employees
Why Australian L&D needs a mentoring revolution
The way in which employees work, and want to work, has significantly shifted in the last five years, says Heidi Holmes, co-founder of MentorLoop
Business-L&D alignment an essential in 2017
As you begin 2017, how will the learning and development programs you offer make a difference in your organisation’s goals?
Why L&D professionals should all be storytellers
Storytelling is an effective technique to make connections with all kinds of stakeholders, says one expert.
Four tips to alleviate the workload of learners
Training programs must be implemented to help workers cope with their workloads, according to new research