Figures from the Chartered Institute of Personal Development (CIPD), show that almost one in four employees are looking to leave their jobs because of the failure of managers to engage and retain staff, while over a quarter are dissatisfied with the opportunity to develop skills in their current role.
In a world where Netflix automatically studies your viewing history and then suggests in customised links what you may be interested in watching next - and where Amazon assesses your search history along with your purchase history to help you to buy your next item - personalisation is fast becoming expected.
This year’s Advanced Engineering exhibition will be expanded into more business functions than ever before with the addition of Redware, a provider of Learning Management Solutions and enterprise app stores.
Learning functions around the world are realising the significance of creating a brand for learning in their organisations. The idea is not just about inviting employees to attend a training course, but about convincing employees to believe in what the training programme has to offer and in turn, how this underpins the entire brand ethos and its accompanying values. For extended enterprises, those who train retailers, suppliers or customers, training can provide one of the strongest opportunities to engage these crucial partners.
Topics: Learning Strategy
Those engaged in the automotive business are continually contemplating alternative methods to stay one step ahead of the competition. Automotive retail is a highly competitive market and one of the most effective modes of establishing and maintaining your advantage is creating exceptional customer experiences. So how do you engage your dealership network to improve customer experience in automotive retail?
Over 200 people are killed each year in accidents at work in the UK and over one million people are injured. Over two million people suffer illnesses caused by, or made worse by, their work. For manufacturers, thorough health and safety training can make the stark, crucial difference between business sustainability or business prosecution and subsequent closure.
Despite its seemingly obvious definition, mobile learning, or mLearning, is not simply e-learning on a mobile device. It involves self-paced, on-demand learning across multiple contexts, in short, bite-sized micro lessons.
In an increasingly digital and mobile society, it is now not only millennials that expect information to be accessible on the move - during the daily commute, when picking up a latte-to-go, and even on a plane.