When it comes to learning, employees prefer bite-sized portions, not Big Macs. Learn how to incorporate microlearning into your training courses.
Employees want learning experiences that are democratized, relevant, and engaging. Collaborative Learning Theory helps L&D teams deliver on that expectation.
L&D teams that rely on passive learning techniques aren't going to see the long-term learning outcomes they want. Enter: active learning.
Disorienting dilemmas, preconceived notions, and communicative learning...grasp the basics of applying Transformative Learning Theory in the workplace.
Why do some learners take to L&D like fish to water, and others see it as an uphill battle? Enter the need for cognition and epistemic curiosity.
Adults don't learn the same way kids do—so why do so many L&Ds train them as if they're still in grade school? An overview of Adult Learning Theory is in order.
By applying Cognitive Learning Theory to your L&D program’s design, you can encourage higher employee engagement and more effective learning.
To build great learning programs for your employees, you need to get inside their heads...and for this, understanding basic learning theories is essential.
Secret to remote learning success? Your grandma.
Many companies approach diversity training from a place of obligation: they’re more concerned with avoiding lawsuits than creating real change. We call BS.
Active voice > passive voice. Always.