Instructional Design

What Are The Best Ways to Motivate Employees to Complete their Training?

Having trouble getting your team to finish their trainings? You’re not alone. Many companies struggle with low completion rates when the training is not compulsory. Unless participants are in a classroom being directed to do so, it can be difficult to get participants to complete training in their own time, including on the job. Luckily there are several things you can do to help motivate them to put in the extra effort. It’s worth it for you and for them too.
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Learning Effectiveness

What Are The Benefits of Benchmarking Performance?

Performance is an ever-moving target. To evaluate your employee training based on their most recent performance (even the impression made over a period of multiple months), simply does not provide an accurate picture of their overall value. In order to avoid any unfair bias and to get a more accurate perspective of their performance, you must establish baselines, define best practices, and identify improvement opportunities throughout the year, in writing, to gain the most benefits possible from the process.
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