Development Microlearning

Planning Your 2018 Microlearning® Strategy: Workshop Recap

The new year is fast approaching, and that means it’s time to start focusing on your 2018 learning strategy. However, as you probably know, coming up with a set of tangible, critical areas of focus can be tough. Not only is it hard to parse what behaviors and pain points to focus on, but it can be even harder to get buy-in from your stakeholders and prevent other priorities from completely diluting your efforts.

To help our customers develop a strong and actionable learning strategy for 2018, we held our first ever strategy workshop in our New York Office last week. It was great to meet such a motivated group of L&D leaders and take the time to assess and respond to the learning and business challenges they’re facing in 2018. And you know what? As we discussed and brainstormed as a group, we found that despite our organizational differences, our learning challenges are often very similar.

In case you couldn’t make it, we wanted to share some tools and tips from the workshop  that you can use to make this coming year your best yet. Here are the  three steps I recommend every L&D practitioner use to create a viable 2018 learning strategy: (more…)

Microlearning New Content

Grovo’s First-Time Manager Microlearning® Program Will Help Your New Managers Thrive in 2018

Think back to your first management experience. Did you set clear expectations with your team? Were you an all-star communicator? Did you appreciate the value of delegation? Probably not. And neither did I.

But we know that figuring out how to help new managers navigate these common pitfalls is on just about every executive’s mind today. In fact, Deloitte research shows that nearly 90% of companies say finding and developing strong leaders is an urgent challenge—and they’re investing billions in learning and development to make it happen. (more…)

Development Future of Learning

5 Productivity Tips for Learning Content Creators

If you’re a learning content creator today, you’re facing a double-edged sword. On the one hand, the need for high-quality learning content is through the roof. Continuous learning is what today’s employees expect from their employers, and what today’s companies need to stay competitive. 

On the other hand, cranking out high-quality learning content isn’t easy. Especially if you’re on a small team with limited resources. As the incoming requests for new training content pile up, often the only person available to create that content is the one staring back at you in the mirror. How can you keep up? (more…)