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4 Learning Management System Best Practices to Save Channel Partners' Time

4 Learning Management System Best Practices to Save Channel Partners' Time
Channel partners are constantly on the move and require efficiency. They have limited time to navigate a confusing learning and development app or track down essential learning content. Tailor the experience using learning management system best practices and simplify LMS use for your channel

Tap Benefits of Microlearning to Improve Compliance Training

Tap Benefits of Microlearning to Improve Compliance Training
Whether it covers essential regulations, safety procedures or company policies, compliance training is critical. As policies rapidly change and more people are working from home because of the COVID-19 pandemic, efficiently delivering training and tracking compliance can be more challenging.

LMS Solutions: The Right Way to Deliver Challenging & Difficult Content

LMS Solutions: The Right Way to Deliver Challenging & Difficult Content
Complex training topics—such as technical details or advanced strategy—call for robust LMS solutions. Plain text describing difficult information needs supporting content for the audience to fully understand it. A strategic mix of content types creates a learner experience that leads to

Microlearning for Business: 5 Best Practices for Channel Partner Learning

Microlearning for Business: 5 Best Practices for Channel Partner Learning
Your channel partners are an extension of your company. Empowering them with the latest information about your product or service forges that extension—which can ultimately drive sales and create influential brand advocates. But delivering timely, relevant information to channel partners can be a

Fostering a Learning Culture for the Remote Workforce

Fostering a Learning Culture for the Remote Workforce
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact the world, employees and employers everywhere are adapting to conducting business from home offices, kitchen tables and couches. Businesses may have already had a loose remote work policy before the pandemic, but yours should go further than the logistics