Learning professionals at all career stages — from entry-level instructional designers to senior leaders — must have a deep understanding of the organizations they serve and develop skills to be true partners with the business.
EI Design uses proven gamification approaches and techniques to achieve successful gamification, including focusing on longer-term gamification which can include gaming apps, VR integration, microlearning, and personalized gaming challenges. Ultimately, their approach to game-based learning is driving learner adoption, engagement, retention and performance
Management, Leadership Development, Talent Acquisition, Human Resources, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DE&I), Future of Work/Digital Transformation and Metaverses.
On Sept. 13, NovoEd and Brandon Hall Group offer a webinar that explores how HR and learning organizations can use allyship and collaborative learning technology to align employees around complex goals. The session will demonstrate how to build networks of allyship to develop people into the types of employees who can embody and enact a company’s vision and culture.
On Sept. 13, NovoEd and Brandon Hall Group offer a webinar that explores how HR and learning organizations can use allyship and collaborative learning technology to align employees around complex goals. The session will demonstrate how to build networks of allyship to develop people into the types of employees who can embody and enact a company’s vision and culture
This quantitative research will be complemented with qualitative interviews to create an understanding of the strategies and approaches L&D teams must adopt to ensure the personalization of learning at scale. The data and insights will fuel the development of research reports and tools — such as self-assessment tools, model, and frameworks — to help organizations improve the way they develop their workforce.
A recent Brandon Hall Group study found that 60% of companies believe that AI is either highly important or critical to properly leveraging learning technologies. To shed a little more light on how organizations can use AI to improve learning experiences and outcomes, we will be hosting a webinar in partnership with sales enablement technology provider Allego, which leverages AI to power unique training and coaching experiences. By looking at how they use AI to help clients, we hope to demystify artificial intelligence and clear up some myths and misconceptions.
The goal of a strong upskilling and reskilling program is to create a more resilient and agile workforce that can continue to be successful in an environment of new and changing roles. Brandon Hall Group’s Talent Management Maturity study found that 90% of companies believe a lack of talent mobility is a significant risk to the business, meaning they cannot reallocate talent resources to the areas where the business needs them most.
skills they need to develop across the entire organization. In a recent Brandon Hall Group study, nearly 70% of organizations said that leadership training is needed for every employee, and nearly 60% said that they are building a culture of continuous leader learning. Companies say that expanding the reach of leadership development can produce multiple benefits.
ELB Learning’s huge, diverse portfolio of solutions and offerings means they have an incredibly wide array of skills at their disposal. Their staff augmentation services provide clients with access to those skills for both short- and long-term needs. Having on-demand access to instructional designers, eLearning developers, project managers, facilitators, and more just when they are needed can help organizations achieve critical learning and development goals that otherwise would be out of reach with their available skills or headcount.