Training today’s workforce is as challenging as ever. One-size-fits-all has been replaced with customized programs that meet many different needs. Blended learning helps trainers meet changing needs of both employees and the organization.
As Training Professionals, we need to create training that shows learners that we care. Not just on February 14th, but every day, and with every training course we create.
Did you know Valentine’s Day started with the Romans?
Onboarding is one of the hottest buzzwords in our work world today. And for good reason! Finding employees is hard. Great onboarding often determines whether employees will stay and can actually do the job. This blog will explain how onboarding increases employee … Read the whole post
At Orgwide, our goal is to always create training modules that learners find relatable and valuable. As a team, we are constantly improving our modules to better connect with and engage learners. We have found three fundamental elements that help learners connect … Read the whole post
Have you identified a need to boost proficiency after initial training? Even the most effective training programs sometimes need a little “boost” and that’s when it is time to increase retention with job aids.
This relatively simple document can pack a lot … Read the whole post
It’s January and time again for all of the “Yearly Trends” blogs and articles. From our corner of the world here at Orgwide, we see many new and exciting trends surfacing in 2023 and some “back to the basics” trends that will … Read the whole post
Once upon a time a talented training professional was having writer’s block and couldn’t get started on writing the script for a time-sensitive project. They knew that the script was the first, and most important step in creating effective learning. They needed … Read the whole post
Everyone wishes they had a crystal ball that shows exactly what will happen with our economy. No matter what happens, we know the value that training brings to our organizations. In good times, and not-so-good times, training:
- reduces turnover;
- drives company culture;