Training trends for a hybrid workforce

The way we live, the way we work and the way we train has evolved beyond our imagining in the last two years, since the onset on the global pandemic. What does 2022 hold for organisations? It is clear that organisations must embrace the hybrid working model fully to attract and retain the best talent in 2022. In addition, IT teams must ensure their infrastructure, software and platforms are fit for purpose, up to date […]

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Next generation learning eBook

The top ten trends New working models, artificial intelligence (AI) and the next generation workforce are all shaping the business world and forming the next generation of learning and development. Whether you are a learning and development professional or a manager of a business service, this eBook is your essential guide to the top ten trends in enabling learning across your team or the whole workforce. The eBook covers: Making your learning portal user friendly […]

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Creating a culture of learning

As our working patterns have evolved, so have the expectations of our employees. Expectations are a fundamental element of any culture and so we are seeing cultural shifts across many organisations.
As a learning and development professional, this is an opportunity to influence the cultural dynamic within your workplace, but there are many factors to consider in creating a ‘culture of learning’ that is effective, provides value and has a positive impact on the organisation. One of the primary considerations is aligning the culture of learning you are creating with the wider organisational culture you are operating in. Do you agree?

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Learning in the flow of work

It has been 4 years since Josh Bersin introduced the concept of ‘learning in the flow of work’. Is it fair to say that the impact of the pandemic on learning and work has moved us on considerably to making ‘learning in the flow of work’ a reality?

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10 tips from the neuroscience of learning

You have 1 minute to engage your audience, here are 10 tips from the neuroscience of learning When considering learner-led training, most evidence demonstrates that people turn to videos to learn new skills, new techniques or to gain knowledge. Indeed, YouTube statistics show that more than one billion learning-related videos are viewed every day. Video or visual learning really is a learner’s medium of choice. In addition to considering the medium of learning, there’s a […]

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Explainer videos – 5 reasons why you need them

On reading this article your first question may be – ‘what is an explainer video?’. Explainer videos are (typically) short, engaging breakdowns of larger concepts. They are engaging, stimulating, and, most importantly, informative video content. Because they are so versatile, they can be used in many different ways. An explainer video can be created to cover anything from a summary of legislation or a compliance requirement to a key skill area. The possibilities are endless. Another […]

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How to transform your induction training

Hybrid working models, a new generation of workers and digital developments are transforming the modern workplace. Many organisations are embracing the concept of hybrid working and creating a workplace that prioritises employee flexibility and productivity. Research supports this trend, including CIPD research which concludes that 40% of employers expect more than half of their workforce to regularly work from home in the future. This emerging transformation of the workplace also requires a fresh look at […]

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Why is video/animation the future of learning?

Did you know that YouTube statistics show that more than one billion learning related videos are viewed every day? It is a fact – video is a learner’s medium of choice. But with the volume of misinformation and fake news, the question is, are learners accessing quality, verified material that truly supports their knowledge and understanding of a topic? This is one of the challenges for educators – where to source quality, reliable and relevant […]

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Lime Vine e-learning and workforce training measurement dashboard

Evaluating learning – it’s not about how many or how happy – it’s about how far.

In the environment of adult social care, with high staff turnover rates, it is a constant challenge for managers to ensure their teams are up to date with their training requirements and getting the most out of the training that they receive. With average turnover rates reported by Skills for Care at 30.7% it can feel like a constant game of catch up. If workforce development across the team is reliant on face to face […]

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Employees discussing Lime Vine training topic

3 things that make a difference to team performance

Creating a perfect team is as difficult as making a perfect cake. With any cake recipe you can have a multitude of ingredients, a little tweak here, a bit of vanilla there, all in search of perfection. Some prefer whisking, some prefer beating, some prefer cold ingredients and some say room temperature is better…quite frankly it is a minefield. The same applies to getting the perfect recipe for team performance.  You may read articles saying […]

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