eLearning Top Tips
Feeling overwhelmed by virtual classrooms, online learning and everything ‘e’ enabled? Jo Cook has some great advice on overcoming fears and getting started.
Leaders and managers are constantly faced with challenges – so what’s the best way to approach solving them? Have a look at our best practice guide from the online Toolkit for Managers, to help you identify solutions and tackle problems effectively.
These quick tips from the Toolkit for Managers contain some handy hints for justifying any budget. The Toolkit for managers is used by more than a million managers for tips like these to inspire them in their daily work. Please get in touch if you’d like to find out more.
Learning to bounce back and be resilient is an essential skill – for work and life. Liggy Webb, author of a new book called Resilience shares her ten top tips to help you and your managers cope better with the demands and challenges of daily and working life.
Feeling stressed? Read Liggy Webb’s quick, handy tips to refer to when the going gets tough…
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.