If you’ve been paying attention to the world of AI lately, you’ve heard it all. So, should we in L&D pop the champagne, or sound the alarm? In this article, we show you why we at 360Learning decided the bet big on AI, and how our early investments are already paying dividends through innovations like our new AI-powered question generator: QGen.
At 360Learning, our salaries are calculated, not negotiated. It's all part of our culture of Convexity. In this post, we'll explain why our policy of transparency is so important to us, and how not negotiating salaries contributes to our environment of trust and accountability.
Our survey found that for those who want to advance in their career, lack of opportunities seems to be the main barrier to progression. Read on to learn more about the challenges UK L&D professionals' are facing around career advancement.
Making the transition to digital-first learning can be bewildering at first. How can you drive transformative learning as you switch from the classroom to hybrid learning? How can you match your learning strategy to solve real business problems? In this first lesson of our L&D master class, David James offers 3 key steps to begin.
Forget huge libraries of generic content–the best way to drive better L&D outcomes is to provide the right learning support when people really need it. In lesson two of our L&D master class, David James outlines his four-step guide to supporting learners during moments of transition and adaptation.
Trying to remove the question of culture from somebody's development is like trying to remove the egg from a cake. So, how can you design learning experiences that account for what learners are actually expected to do within their roles? David James is here to break down how to meet your learners where they are.
As L&D leaders, we understand the value and importance of engaging subject-matter experts (SMEs) to help create targeted content and solve business problems within our organizations. But getting it right in practice can be tricky. In our fourth lesson of the L&D master class, David James breaks down how to work with SMEs to identify and solve urgent problems.
It's the biggest question facing L&D leaders today: How can you prove the real impact of your learning support? In lesson 5 of our L&D master class, David James breaks down his four-step approach for proving your impact as a strategic business partner.
These last few years have been a little destabilizing to say the least. So, how can L&D leaders ensure their learning strategies can adjust when the world changes? In this final episode of our L&D master class, David James breaks down how to make our L&D strategies future-proof.
In this article, Audrey Jarre speaks to Frédéric Voyer, Co-Founder at My Job Glasses, about how they design career mentoring by leveraging human connections and how they measure their clients' success using their platform. Read on to hear why building real human connections is so important to career growth.
Today, working and learning doesn't just happen in one place. This creates opportunities for people to live and work where they want, but it also creates huge challenges for L&D teams. In this episode, we hear from Gemma Incoronato of Stuart about her 3-part strategy to keep people connected with flexible hybrid learning.
Every L&D leader knows the crucial role learning plays in building a diverse and inclusive organizational culture. In this expert interview, we hear from Stephanie Lynch of Airbnb about how the vacation rental platform celebrates diversity through multicultural training.
Slack helps companies around the world stay connected. But how does Slack keep its own new hires connected, especially from a distance? We speak with Learning Manager Halimah Jones about her four-step playbook for building new hire communities.
Launching a new training program isn’t as simple as buying some courses and mandating employee attendance. Companies that enthusiastically push forward without proper planning often suffer from misaligned business goals, overwhelmed L&D departments, and a lack of C-suite buy-in. Any of these could sink your training program as soon as it starts. Here’s what you need to know to get started.
We started 2022 with a bang by acquiring Looop–now, we're here with more great news to share. We're welcoming the wonderful Caroline Gaffney to our board of directors! Come and get to know her in 5 questions.
It’s not enough to show that your program is helping employees learn new skills. So, how do you put a dollar amount on a training program whose effects seem largely unquantifiable? We've got three ways to put a value on training return on investment–and a free calculator you can use right now.
Aircall has 650 employees around the globe, and the company is still growing, fast. To accommodate new joiners and provide a consistently exceptional onboarding experience they needed to restructure their onboarding program to make it scalable, interactive, and collaborative. See how they did it here.
AI training outfit Appen has over 1,000 employees spread across four continents. They needed a better way to deliver L&D at the speed of business, and Collaborative Learning offered them a great solution. In this case study, we'll explore how they save time and money with 360Learning.
Subject-matter experts are the true engine of learning. But how can you leverage all that great expertise to create impactful learning experiences? We hear from Riyaz Adamjee of GTreasury about his strategy for getting the most out of great subject-matter expertise.