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Organisations can’t afford to stand still – and neither can the L&D managers that support them. Laura Overton explains why benchmarking is critical for business success.
Quality of management is a principal driving factor behind high levels of job satisfaction and employee engagement in the voluntary sector – despite prolonged job insecurity.
eLearning design doesn’t have to be complicated, says Tom Kuhlmann, the world’s leading instructional designer. He’ll be inspiring delegates at an annual Masterclass in London in May, with practical ideas to create great resources.
Please join CLC member Anna Powis on this webinar, who’ll be talking about lessons learnt from the Induction programme at Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity.
The guiding principle for rapid eLearning design is to be intentional. Everything you do while developing your course should be planned and exist for a reason. But eLearning courses typically start from existing content. That content can easily dictate how the course is structured and how it looks – which may not always be best.
More than 90% of your daily routine is comprised of various habits that create your behaviours. Most of these habits are performed subconsciously, which means that you are so used to doing them you don’t even think about them on a conscious level.