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A Key to Training Strategy Success: Culturally Responsive Courses

A Key to Training Strategy Success: Culturally Responsive Courses
It's no secret that a one-size-fits-all approach to training strategy is a remnant of a bygone era. Attempting to implement a training strategy for different learning styles is complex enough. But what about in an online course, where learners from different countries, cultures, language abilities

A Key to Training Strategy Success: Culturally Responsive Courses

A Key to Training Strategy Success: Culturally Responsive Courses
It's no secret that a one-size-fits-all approach to training strategy is a remnant of a bygone era. Attempting to implement a training strategy for different learning styles is complex enough. But what about in an online course, where learners from different countries, cultures, language abilities

Resellers 101: How to Train External Partners to Sell

Resellers 101: How to Train External Partners to Sell
Many companies in today's competitive environment look outside the walls of their organizations to further their sales processes. Enter the channel partner, an individual or business that teams up with your organization to sell your products or services. Understanding how to train external partners

Support Purpose-Driven Learners in Challenging Times with Corporate eLearning

Support Purpose-Driven Learners in Challenging Times with Corporate eLearning
Purpose-driven learners are the people you want on your team—especially during unprecedented times. They see challenges as opportunities to grow. They're passionate about learning new skills or creatively solving problems. And their ambition can be contagious. But amid the COVID-19 pandemic, even

The Key to Building the Workforce of the Future? Allow for Practice

The Key to Building the Workforce of the Future? Allow for Practice
The workplace was rapidly shifting before the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, with the world on its head, organizations must adjust for the workforce of the future. It doesn't take a crystal ball to see that job roles are changing, and there's a growing need for upskilling and reskilling—both technical