If you want to be successful in your job as an L&D professional, you need to include change leadership skills in your skillset as well as facilitating developing these skills in your organisation’s other leaders. After all, L&D is all about initiating, instituting, inspiring and leading change.
Part of the problem with developing change leadership skills is that there are many recognised leadership types. So the whole thing can be confusing.
Today’s learners can access Google and other internet-based services and websites. So – at least potentially – they can know more than classroom instructors do.
What would you do if you found a suspicious looking bag at work? This highly interactive course from Engage in Learning uses a series of scenarios and quiz questions to help you decide. The learner is faced with various dilemmas and they receive feedback on their choices.
Business-related journalists and editors tend to believe that interviewing successful people from the world of sport or the military - and then publishing the results - will prove popular with readers. Moreover, given the chance, many business event organisers would opt for speakers from the sporting world in order to guarantee good attendance.
One of the features of all Engage in Learning courses is our refresher options. All Engage in Learning courses come with the ability to switch on refresh mode - this means that new starters can access the full version while existing learners can top up gaps in their knowledge.
The term ‘learning management system’ (LMS) has been with us since the mid-1990s. Over the last 25 years or so, their numbers have grown steadily. According to LMS specialists, such as John Leh, Josh Bersin and Craig Weiss (Please note that other LMS specialists are available), well over 1000 of these systems now exist worldwide.
Thanks to technology, more people than ever before can learn more things, as and when they want. Increasingly, learning materials are being viewed via a range of mobile devices; gamification within the learning experience is gaining in popularity, and most learning now happens informally - perhaps via Google or YouTube rather than via a classroom session.
We have an extensive library of courses covering key skill areas from Leadership and Management fundamentals to Health and Safety essentials. We know companies need a learning solution specific to their requirements, training budget and learning culture.
At Engage in Learning we will work in partnership with you to help you find the right solution and use our flexible licencing model to ensure your learning is cost effective.