The Endurance Learning team shares what they’ve learned from working with customers, designing training, and building elearning.
My blog posts that offer a free training lesson plan template have been, by far, my most popular posts ever. In today’s 10-minute podcast, I share some thoughts on the key components of a lesson plan in the event you want to make your own template.
Taking an in-person activity that is highly effective because it is highly participatory and moving it into a virtual environment can be a challenge. In today’s guest post, Mark Nilles shares how he leveraged several technologies to find a comparable level of participation and engagement in a virtual environment.
It’s been more than 19 months since we all jumped into virtual training, but that doesn’t mean we don’t have a lot of things we can clean up in our design and delivery. Virtual training expert Cindy Huggett offered some thoughts in this 20-minute conversation.
Here are 3 pieces of advice for anyone who’s still looking to find the right formula to engage their learners when it comes to virtual meetings.
Subject matter experts can struggle with trying to present information in which they are experts. As training professionals, there are some things we can do to help.
As someone who has been in the world of L&D for several decades, I used to think it was imperative for SMEs to also master the art of facilitation. This knowledge/ability matrix released me from that folly.
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