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A case for usability testing in eLearning

When creating a learning experience, we have to consider many facets of the audience, including their skill level, familiarity with the content and digital savvy. Every user brings to the table different digital experiences. If we don’t account for the least tech-savvy users, we may cause some learners to miss the main message because they’re […]

Roundtable Named Top Training Outsourcing Company to Watch

Training Industry announced its selections for the 2019 Top Training Companies lists for the Training Outsourcing sector of the learning and development market. Training Industry, the leading research and information resource for corporate learning leaders, prepares the Training Industry Watch List report on critical sectors of the training marketplace to better inform professionals about the […]

From Bland to Grand: How To Transform Your eLearning With Branding

Branding, the way a company promotes its personality and defines its image, isn’t reserved only for connecting with consumers; you can also use it to develop your employees — particularly through eLearning. Incorporating branding into eLearning aids brand recognition, promotes company values, and lets your learners know that you care about their professional development by […]

How mindfulness training can benefit your organization

Mindfulness is the ability to be present without letting our surroundings affect us. According to Mindful, “The goal of mindfulness is to wake up to the inner workings of our mental, emotional and physical processes.” This week, Roundtable Learning is diving into how mindfulness training can influence job performance and satisfaction. Mindfulness is traditionally credited […]

Mind your Es and Qs Part 3: Designing eLearning for Emotional Intelligence

So far, we’ve defined emotional intelligence (EI) and discussed ways to develop EI in your employees. In our third and final installment, Roundtable is diving into ways we can use eLearning to improve EI. EI expert Daniel Goleman recommends 360-degree assessments, which should consist of a self-evaluation and peer evaluation. As Goleman and Richard Boyatzis […]

Mind Your Es and Qs Part 2: Developing EI in Your Employees

Last week, Roundtable highlighted the psychology and main methods behind emotional intelligence (EI.) Today, we’re honing in on Daniel Goleman’s model of EI, which focuses on the strengths of “outstanding leaders.” In Goleman’s 1996 book “Working With Emotional Intelligence,” he writes that nearly 90 percent of a person’s success in leadership could be attributed to […]

Increase Employee Performance and Engagement Using a Strengths-Based Approach

People who know their strengths are able to act as more effective leaders. That’s according to Don Clifton, former chairman of Gallup, creator of CliftonStrengths and — as deemed by the American Psychological Association — the Father of Strengths-Based Psychology. We’re applying some of Clifton’s research to improve the workplace and increase employee performance and […]