In an ever-changing world, there are more demands on L&D leaders to help people stay afloat and engage with great learning experiences. In this episode of the L&D Plus podcast, we speak with Carol Sinko of Publicis Groupe about getting back to the L&D basics and connecting leaders around the world.
In this article, we explore what collaborative virtual learning is, identify tools and technologies that can help you execute it, and offer guidance on collaborative learning and the strategies to engage your remote employees.
We shortlisted the best free and paid programs as a starting point for your decision-making process around your DEI program.
Read on to see what the 360Learning product team has been cooking up for you!
While AI continues to evolve in its sophistication, many L&D functions are yet to incorporate it into their learning programs. In this podcast recap, David James speaks with Donald Clark, CEO at WildFire Learning, as they explore five applications of AI models in L&D.
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.
Great sales rep onboarding is everyone's business. So, how can L&D and Enablement work together to create peer-driven learning experiences that help new reps ramp up faster? In the latest episode of L&D Plus, we spoke with Rory Sacks and Kaitlin Ziemer of Komodo Health about their amazing collaboration.
As each year passes, the view that salary transparency is the remedy for pay inequality, particularly the gender pay gap, is surging. Many argue it’s the best opportunity to eliminate bias within the workplace and increase diversity within organizations. Here's how we can level the playing field.
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.
In this podcast recap, David James speaks to Paul Matthews, who explains how a learning workflow approach to people development can link learning to the work itself and make a demonstrable difference to the way the work is done.