Speexx recently enjoyed a Masterclass Webinar hosted by Cambridge Assessment English’s Global Product Strategy Manager, Ian Cawley. The topic was learner motivation – specifically, how organizations can better motivate their employees to learn new skills, such as foreign languages.
An LMS offers flexibility, affordability and the opportunity for blended learning. Let’s take a closer look at the benefits of an LMS and how to successfully implement one in your international organization.
Lots of people make lots of presentations but this only seems to provide more scope for presenters to fail in their aim – for personal and/or technological reasons. So, here are some thoughts on how to give the perfect presentation.
Some 84% of senior professionals believe that learning and leadership development programmes have improved their business knowledge, competencies and confidence; 83% believe that these programmes are vital to achieving business goals, and 81% say that executive education/ leadership development is more important than ever.
Performance management online training gives your employees the task-based knowledge and skill-building tools they require. Thus, they are equipped to take on everyday challenges with confidence. Learning Management Systems offer you the opportunity to continually monitor the effectiveness of your performance management online training program and individual progress.
There is little doubt that companies benefit from having multilingual employees. Staff members who know a second language can provide basic translation services. Sales and customer service representatives tend to enjoy better rapport and success in the market if they speak the native language of the people they’re contacting.
The 70:20:10 training and development blend can help accelerate learning to support a changing business. As technology and the internet revolutionize every sector, organizations are having to respond by releasing new versions of products and services much more regularly to meet customer demand and compete in the marketplace.
Providing employees with professional development is critical for developing an equipped and effective workforce. Select companies have seen up to a 25% average return on investment after investing in a corporate training program.
Today’s job market is a competitive one, and the lack of a strong corporate education system can lead to stagnation within a company and challenges with employee retention.
The industry of learning has been in a constant state of development, incorporating new tools and adjusting to what technology allows it to do. The continuous adaptation makes me think that we might not be speaking about a reinvention of Talent Management in the true meaning of the word. The discussion here is rather about ...