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The reality of today’s workforce is that multiple generations work side by side. This can create some challenges when onboarding new employees. Understanding the learning preferences of each generation will lead to your training programs being more effective. Our onboarding guide can help you ensure that your generationally diverse workforce is successful.
This past year was exciting and busy for us. We have witnessed different technologies and practices transform nearly all aspects of training and development. The industry is forever evolving and Clarity has continued to be at the forefront. Now that 2018 is behind us, let’s reflect by reviewing some of our most popular content in one tidy package.
What is the latest thinking about how best to train today’s employees? New training techniques give employees more control and make use of new digital technologies that increase interactivity and provide realistic simulations of work environments. The new instructional design trends make training more engaging and memorable. Do you know what they are? Learn about the latest L&D strategies and technologies from the new Clarity Consultants guide Trends in Instructional Design.
We searched and found what we feel are the Top 10 podcasts for learning and development (L&D) professionals. These boards are collections of valuable resources on instructional design, e-Learning trends and tools, and corporate training practices.
Here are our favorites, in no particular order:
We searched Pinterest and found what we feel are the Top 10 Pinterest Boards for learning and development (L&D) professionals. These boards are collections of valuable resources on instructional design, e-Learning trends and tools, and corporate training practices.
Here are our favorites, in no particular order:
Clarity helps GoGo Business Aviation create a training program that will provide installers with a solid foundational understanding of GoGo technology.
Instructional designers know that video is one of the best tools for learning. So what better place to find up-to-date learning and development (L&D) information and insights than YouTube?
We wanted to find out which YouTube channels had the best content for L&D professionals, so we did our research and compiled the following list of what we think are the most interesting and useful channels.
Introducing the Clarity Consultants list of the best 10 Learning and Development (L&D) blogs. A great blog provides solid content that makes the important points of a topic easy to grasp. To make our list, a blog must be interesting and entertaining while at the same time providing useful information. Each blog on our list is useful for anyone in the field who wants to further their understanding and sharpen their skills.
Digital learning is technology that makes training more accessible, immersive, and customized for each learner. Experienced digital learning developers understand the technologies and techniques and know how to implement the digital learning tools most helpful for your employees. Find out more about digital learning and how it can enhance your training programs. Check out Clarity’s new guide on digital learning. Download it for free now!
Clarity helps a specialty pharmaceutical company design, develop, and pilot a training program for their employees in time for multiple FDA inspections.
Clarity helps Finastra reorganize their customer support groups by providing highly skilled instructional designers.
Promoting from within your company enables you to keep your best employees by showing them they have a future with you. In order to do this successfully you’ll need bulletproof L&D programs. Do you have the resources to retain your best people and promote from within? Get a comprehensive look at retention resources from Clarity’s guide on developing leaders. Check it out!
Clarity helps a leading professional services firm develop a learning course with student participation in social and team building activities to help employees move through the ranks of the company.
Clarity helps a real estate financial firm create a new HR management system using practical examples from the company’s various operations groups, while embracing the cultural sensibilities of the modern, diverse workplace.
Growing up with the internet, social media, and mobile devices, Millennials work and learn in unique ways. They want L&D programs that engage their learning styles. Is your organization prepared to deliver?
Check out Clarity’s guide to the next gen of L&D – L&D for Millennials.
Clarity helps a leading global software firm develop the framework and learning materials for their sales academy utilizing their existing LMS and facilitate re-education without disrupting business operations.
Find out how organizations are utilizing learning analytics to improve learning outcomes.
Find out how organizations are planning, implementing, and launching a cloud-based LMS.
A Fortune 500 financial services firm in the Midwestern U.S. sought to internalize its asset management and employee benefits call center operations as part of a corporate re-branding campaign.
A large, high-technology service provider for multinational corporations decided to completely refashion their approach to performance management.
A municipal employee’s retirement association was experiencing low morale, a lack of clarity, and employees dreaded coming to work. Clarity’s consultant worked with them to align Core Values to their organizational needs.
Find out how wearable technology helps improve learning outcomes and enhances collaboration.
Find out how to use big data to improve every aspect of your training and leverage it to power business intelligence. Learn how big data can help your organization race ahead of the curve by predicting and preventing learner failures.
Find out who’s using mobile learning, if mobile learning can work for you, and how to implement a corporate m-learning program.
A major global pharmaceutical firm launched a technology transfer project. An entirely new training methodology was necessary for the project to succeed.