The biggest L&D conference is back this year in Salt Lake City. You have 3 ways to attend this year: HQ, Regional, and ICE. Explore the options and choose your experience.
You do not have to be an accountant or have a finance degree to learn business acumen—it is a skill that can be acquired and applied to many aspects that will benefit an organization. Here are five ways you can capitalize on the power of business acumen.
Sharlyn Lauby walks learning and development professionals through designing or revising a virtual onboarding program using the ADDIE model.
When you’re creating an e-learning course, strive for concise writing. Wordiness is an attention killer, and you’re already contending with the distractions from internet access, laptops, and mobile devices.