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What makes employees thrive?
L&D professionals are often hamstrung by competing priorities. There may be support for an initiative, but no funds. Or there are funds, but no time. Or often, neither funds nor time feels available. If you are stuck for a place to start, there's a system of building blocks that allow people to thrive at work.
Digital learning content should drive higher learner engagement
To engage your audience, you must first understand them. What motivates them? What has their learning experience been so far? And, most importantly, why is learning important to them? To answer these questions we’ve identified a few essential steps that you can take.
Sales readiness: 5 key components to a sales-ready team
A sales readiness solution is the best approach your organization has in readying your sales team and maximizing their potential. Gene Epshteyn, Senior Product Marketing Manager at MindTickle, shares his top tips for creating a sales-ready team.
Start small and focus on priority skill gaps to better understand your learners
Too often, L&D teams anchor themselves to an assumption rather than taking the time to conduct in-depth interviews with the end-user. We offer insights on how to avoid these pitfalls and better understand your learners' needs.
What does the modern learner need?
At its core, it’s a simple question. However, as L&D professionals, we often forget to ask: what does the modern learner need? This question should be front and centre of your decision-making process, driving any strategic moves. Let’s take a closer look at the modern learner’s needs.
Why is mapping learning content to skills so hard?
At Go1, we’re learning content experts. We know the market and we advise HR and L&D teams every day on how to take a library of digital learning and curate it down to be relevant to learner’s needs. So, we ask, why is mapping learning content to skills so hard?