Blog - Developing a Learning Culture

  • October 11, 2021

    5 Steps to Create Impactful Cross-Cultural Training

    By: ELM Learning

    Cross-cultural training acknowledges the differences across different cultures through instruction for employees who work for global organizations. Learn how to create effective cross-cultural training for your employees.

  • August 23, 2021

    Edutainment: Why Learning While Having Fun Works

    By: ELM Learning

    Adding an element of entertainment to your education and training strategy can greatly benefit your learners. Find out how edutainment can work for you!

  • July 15, 2021

    The Corporate University Shift: Why Great Companies Invest in Custom Learning

    By: ELM Learning

    Corporate universities can be a major play in employee productivity and retention. Learn why great companies invest in custom learning.

  • July 02, 2021

    Why Diversity Training Doesn’t Work (and how to fix it)

    By: ELM Learning

    Employee diversity training should never be an afternoon event that employees are forced to attend, but rather an organic process that starts from the day an employee is onboarded.

  • June 11, 2021

    5 Steps to Conduct a Training Needs Analysis

    By: ELM Learning

    Every training initiative should start with a needs analysis. Learn the importance and steps of performing a training needs analysis for your organization.

  • May 07, 2021

    What is a Learning Organization? Complete Guide

    By: ELM Learning

    Companies who shift from the familiar top-down corporate structure to a learning organization model create an environment of continual growth and continual learning. Learn more about how to build a learning organization.

  • April 21, 2021

    3 Tips to Keep L&D & HR Separate in Your Organization

    By: ELM Learning

    In some organizations, HR and L&D are lumped together with the thinking that they provide similar services. They don’t—and shouldn’t. Following are three reasons to clearly separate the two functions in your organization.

  • December 02, 2020

    Authentic Inclusivity: Building More Diversity Into eLearning

    By: ELM Learning

    The most effective eLearning happens when learners relate to the topics and examples offered (hopefully as part of a really good story). However, when learners can’t see themselves represented in the content, it sends a message that training is only beneficial to a certain type of person—making the experience disengaging, and even discriminatory. Building diversity into your eLearning shows your learners that everyone has the opportunity to grow and succeed.

  • January 22, 2020

    Corporate eLearning: Choosing a Strategy

    By: Greg Kozera

    You know you need to train your employees: that much is clear. But, what about everything that comes after? It might be clear as mud. Anyone who has tried to train can tell you that it’s not always as simple as it seems. Your organization is comprised of different types of objectives, media, and most […]

  • December 11, 2019

    What Does a Chief Learning Officer Do? (INFOGRAPHIC)

    By: Andrew Fayad

    Everything You Need to Know About a Chief Learning Officer (CLO) The position of CLO isn’t new; it was once called Director of Training or something similar. Still, the title might seem unfamiliar if your organization hasn’t created a dedicated role for learning (yet). The CLO title carries with it an expanded skill set, leadership […]

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