“learning is not attained by chance, it must be sought for with ardor and attended to with diligence”- Abigail Adams A congruent learning leads to the comprehensive development of an organization and it is attained by the expedient efforts in mapping and escalating the competency of the compeers. Now, as an L&D wizard, you must… Continue reading Competency Mapped Simulation – Design Approach
Introduction: Learning technologies open up a brand-new realm of emotional involvement and digital learning. The bulk of businesses—private, public, nonprofit, for-profit, SMEs, and mega conglomerates alike—rely on their employees for expansion, innovation, and success. It’s no secret that one of the key trends supporting great leaders, concepts, and businesses is upskilling. In order to be… Continue reading Role of technology-induced training towards efficient competency building
The millenium century has seen its share of societal, business, and technological advancements. Video-based learning has come a long way from being used as a film clip during the second world war to a medium of delivering learning and training programs. Thanks to advanced network technologies and electronic devices, it has become one of the… Continue reading Why is the video-based learning approach redundant in the modern workplace and how can organizations accelerate the employees’ learning growth?
To meet the growing needs of the business, many organizations need to ramp up their staff strength. Bulk recruiting, also known as mass hiring, is typically seen in companies that are expanding exponentially and require a lot of staff to support their more recent projects and production facilities. Mass hiring is the practice of quickly… Continue reading Effective “on point” techniques to manage and ace bulk recruiting
Simulated training has been proven to be a potent learning tool. It puts the user in an experience that teaches them crucial abilities that they may apply in a number of circumstances. They give workers real-world experiences in demanding settings where they may act out scenarios safely and apply the “learn by doing” principle. “For… Continue reading Why are simulations the preferred learning technique today?
A business’s performance is primarily influenced by its leadership, especially in this digital realm. Because of the speed of change, today’s leaders must be both active and responsive when faced with difficulties. Leaders who can manage digital technologies are essential for businesses that wish to grow and expand. In other words, companies want personnel who… Continue reading Essential leadership competencies for the new digital era
To help the company grow, it’s critical for every organization or corporation to evaluate and analyze performance and effectiveness across teams and individual personnel. As the old adage goes, “what gets measured gets done” thus identifying and assessing effectiveness, particularly employee capabilities, is critical. However, it may appear challenging to assess how well your workers are performing… Continue reading Competency framework – A roadmap for organizing occupations, responsibilities, and competencies.
Almost every manager dreams of being an ‘ideal’ manager and achieving job satisfaction. To become a great manager and an indispensable part of your organization, there are certain managerial competencies that you need to possess to be a successful manager and achieve organizational goals. Managerial competencies are the skills, attitudes, habits, and motives needed to… Continue reading Get inspired from our “must-watch” show list and extract the best managerial competencies
Skill Development and Capacity Building are the two catchphrases for this decade of societal transformation. In the past few years, unemployable educated youth has emerged as a global problem, causing huge productivity loss for corporations and rising unemployment rates for the governments. Employers in many countries report that a lack of skilled workers is a… Continue reading EasySIM: Your Skill Development and Capacity Building Partner
Introduced in the year 1970 by Noel Burch, an employee of Gordon Training International, the Conscious Competence Learning Model or matrix describes the stages in the learning process and eventually obtaining a new skill. The model talks about two components that influence our thought process while learning a new ability: Consciousness (awareness) and Competence (level of… Continue reading From Unconscious Incompetence to Unconscious Competence: The Conscious Competence Learning Model