The success of leadership training always depends on how it is done. Think back to the best manager you’ve ever had. I’m sure you can remember the person because good leaders are memorable… and excellent leaders are unforgettable. What was it about their leadership that motivated and encouraged you? For that same reason, I bet you can also remember your worst leader. Great leaders move us and inspire us to do our best work. That said, it is important that you have effective leaders in your workplace to empower and influence your people to achieve business and team goals. Here, PulseLearning explore six of the big benefits of leadership training!
Webinar On Creative Instructional Design - 7 Learning Strategies You Can Use (Featuring Live Demos)
As Learning professionals who invest heavily in Learning programs anticipating a better performance from employees, have you ever wondered if your Learning Design is “creative” enough to keep your learners engaged in the first place? Join us and see live demos of these strategies and how you can use them to create sticky learning experiences for your learners. Wednesday, December 9th, 2015.
#elearning MI Moodle Moot 2016 - MI Moodle Moot 2016 features preconference workshops and 30 different breakout sessions at the Moot, along with Hands-On Help Rooms for teachers and administrators for one-on-one support to try out what you've learned. MI Moodle Moot 2016 begins with a opening keynote by Michelle Moore, followed by 45 minute breakout sessions (you can attend 5). Bring a laptop or Chromebook and have a course in Moodle to edit (laptops and courses available on site by request...
23 Inspiring Tips To Become An eLearning Professional
Indeed, how one becomes an eLearning professional? Luckily, you don’t need to go far to find out. In this article, I'll show you how to become an eLearning professional by sharing the most inspiring tips by 23 carefully selected eLearning professionals with long standing, successful eLearning careers and innovative projects up their sleeves! If they do not know, trust me; no one does.
#elearning Grabbing The Learner’s Attention - How To Grab Your Learner’s Attention According to Gagne’s nine events of instruction, “Gain Attention” is the first key step taken into consideration when designing a training program/course. The basic idea is to grab the learner’s attention. I am a great fan of this “Gain attention” strategy. The first few seconds/minutes of a training program plays a crucial role in deciding its fate. The learner may just leave the training in the middle or c...