Secret to remote learning success? Your grandma.
Mobile is the most direct channel to reach and engage your learners. Here's how with 360Learning for iOS and android.
I sat down with Dave Peckens, Director of Learning, Development & Culture at global consulting firm RGP, to chat about how the company uses its agile learning culture to face evolving challenges and keep up with the pace of change in L&D.
The rapid change to remote work creates a host of new challenges for managers who may never have received effective management training to begin with. Now is when managers need to lean on their training the most, but that training is simply not there. Here's how to re-invent your manager training.
In our final Google MasterSaaS lesson, Brendan shares his best tips to ensure your sales training becomes a reliable tool that your reps come back to again and again to crush their quota.
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.
“Is the training you’re offering today still going to be effective in 12 months? At Google, our assumption is no. Whether you’re a small organisation or a large one, you need to set the expectations that there’s going to be continual change." Here's how.
Building an onboarding process is one of the hardest things to get right in L&D, especially when you're in hypergrowth. Here's how Better.com scaled their process to support their massive growth.
For many, creating sales training course content is a painful process. It either costs a lot or takes hours. Google’s Head of Sales Training, Brendan McGeever, is here to show us a better way to create training content your sales reps love.
As the most fundamental part of training, sales onboarding lays the foundation for new hires to develop key skills, reduce ramp-up time, and make an impact. Here's how Google does it.
How do you make a compliance training plan that conveys this essential information without boring your teams’ socks off?