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How to get good feedback on training from employees The benefits of getting feedback from your teams on the impact of your training are huge. Get up to speed here. 6 pre-boarding strategies to keep new hires engaged before their first day Did you know that nearly half of employees leave their job within 90 days? Get your strategy right before they even sit down at their desks. What training managers can learn from King Richard If you've seen the film King Richard, you'll know how inspiring Richard's approach to training his two daughters was. Learn from his strategies and mistakes. Does hybrid work make it harder to train? Three-quarters of employers now offer some form of hybrid working. If hybrid work is here to stay, what does this mean for L&D? 5 techniques to use to enhance employee performance Improving employee performance should be top of the list for managers. Explore our top tips to create a culture of communication, collaboration, and trust. 10 jobs with the best work-life balance What is the best job to have for a great work-life balance? We’ve gone through the top 10 jobs for work-life balance to answer this. Organisational changemakers & how they enable change through learning Some people have a natural affinity for persuasion and encouraging positive change. How can you identify them and help them help you? A bottom-up approach to learning content creation and sharing Giving learners more ownership — via a bottom-up approach to L&D — is one of the most powerful ways of keeping top talent and making them feel valued. E-learning during a recession: how to spend money efficiently How do you recession-proof your Learning & Development approach? Quick tip: You *certainly* don’t stop running L&D altogether. Understanding unconscious bias in the workplace What unconscious bias is, why it’s a problem, and what we can do to prevent it from impacting others in the workplace. Training for trainers: 5 skills all effective coaches need and how to develop them Get your training for trainers right and elevate your Learning & Development across the board! Here’s our guide to effective training for trainers and the 5 skills that great coaches need.How to conduct a training needs analysis: definitions, benefits and step-by-step instructions Conducting a training needs analysis is the first step to developing a successful training programme. But what is a training needs analysis? And how can you conduct one? Onboarding templates and checklists to design great new-hire experiences Ease your recruits into their roles, answer any questions they may have, and introduce them to their management, co-workers and new company with these onboarding templates and checklists. Developing & retaining high-potential employees Employers believe that money is the answer to employee retention but employees don’t agree. Explore how you can identify high-potential employees — and how you can hold onto them. Book recommendations: Holiday season Whether at the beach, in the countryside or on a city staycation, plan for your reading peace and quiet with these picks. Partner training 101: why an LMS is a good way to enable your partner network Partner training is essential for businesses that rely on a network of empowered contractors or customers to succeed. When you need partners to see *only some* of your Learning and Development content — without using your internal platforms — how do you roll this L&D out? Learning from big tech: how we can adopt the best B2C practices in B2B eLearning When 85% of employees claim to feel disengaged at work, eLearning solutions do not only compete with each other but also with social media and consumer tech. What B2C practices can a modern-day LMS adopt to stand this fight for user (and employee) attention? Gamification and personalisation in the workplace: winning the fight for user attention With our collective attention span decreasing, how can you use gamification and personalisation to help you win the fight for user attention in the workplace?
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