You already know that training your staff, your customers and your partners will positively impact your business results. In this article, we will list some of the metrics you want to be looking at when assessing the value of your training initiatives, and what KPIs directly link training to corporate success.
According to most dictionaries, we know that when there is something missing from a situation that prevents it from being complete or satisfactory, we can say there is a gap. A knowledge gap is a difference that is related to expertise, skills and know-how. It occurs when there is a significant disparity between what an organisation needs and the current capabilities of its staff.
When someone’s pursuit of knowledge is “ongoing, voluntary and self-motivated”, it can be called lifelong learning. Lifelong learning takes a holistic approach to education and development, actively encouraging people to learn throughout their entire lives while enhancing their human potential as a whole. Lifelong learning is different from continuing education of job-based skills development: it has a broader scope and more creative outlets, such as online tools and courses.
Keeping your audience aware and engaged with your academy is crucial to the success of your training programme, and its business objectives. If you’re not in marketing or communications, creating a communication plan can seem like a daunting task. In this article, we share a simple 8-step process to create an effective communication plan.
Regardless of numerous benefits of training, managers are being pushed to do more with less money and fewer resources. In this article, we will look at how to prove the value of learning initiatives over its costs, as well as different ways to ensure that you can get more bang for your buck when it comes to training.
Sharing knowledge, training, and keeping your team in the loop of important information is very important. However, as your company grows, it can become a bit of a challenge to scale this in an effective way. In this article, you will find 6 helpful tips.
Integration offers many benefits, especially in terms of productivity, efficiency and reporting. This includes being able to integrate your training platform seamlessly with your other key tools like your CRM, PMP, Marketing Automation platform, Customer Management tools and so on.
We noticed there is a lack of content regarding Integration for non-technical people in sales, marketing, customer success, partners management, operations, HR… well, pretty much everyone besides IT. So, we decided to create one.
Oh, working from home, so comfortable and easy. Well… not quite!
If you think that working remotely means working from the couch in front of the TV with a snack in your hand, forget about it! It’s true that it has several advantages, like skipping morning traffic, avoiding getting all soaked in a rainy day or, my favourite, working from a terrace in a beautiful day. But, on the other hand, it means that you have to work harder to stay in tune with your colleagues, hoping they will be willing to cope with you in order to overcome some “distance-caused” obstacles. And there’s also the loneliness issue to face. In other words, working remotely is not for everyone.
We may know since Ancient Greece that the “only constant in life is change”, a quote attributed to Heraclitus. Even so, no one will argue that change is hard for most people. Human beings are creatures of habit: we tend to dislike change because it interferes with our sense of autonomy and it can make us feel we’re about to lose control.