Archive for the "Learning Management" Category

August 15th, 2019

Should you outsource your eLearning development?

The Learning Factor 5 min read

Focus. It’s something every one of us tries to achieve, in some part, every day. And it’s elusive. We are always pulled in different directions. If you’re planning your Learn…

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July 22nd, 2019

The Learning Factor: Powered by Brain Science

The Learning Factor 1 min read

The Learning Factor welcomes Dr Nick Olsen PhD, UNSW (Neuroscience); BSc (Hons I) UNSW; BSc USYD (Neuroscience) to our team.

Leveraging cutting edge neuroscience research on hum…

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July 9th, 2019

5 Benefits of Educating Your Customers

The Learning Factor 3 min read

I am constantly speaking to company CEOs and senior managers. We talk a lot about how to deliver an outstanding customer experience, and how to connect with customers. Two question…

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June 27th, 2019

Breathe New Life Into Online Training

The Learning Factor 3 min read

How are your eLearning completion rates this month?

If you’re not getting the take-up you want from your eLearning programs – or if you’re struggling to realise the busin…

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May 28th, 2019

Storytelling I The Secret to Great Learning Design

The Learning Factor 5 min read

“The great storytellers have an unfair competitive advantage.” — Bill Gurley

I recently took a rare weekend away with my girlfriends. We lounged around, ate too much,…

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April 30th, 2019

Coaching or training? A Manager’s Guide

Victoria Kossoff 4 min read

We have put together a manager’s guide on what they are, and when to use them.

Coaching, training, mentoring, counselling… all words that can be used to describe guiding emp…

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April 3rd, 2019

Video Series | Part 4: The Science of Intuition

Chris Gaborit 2 min read

So, what exactly is intuition – and can it really help people to lead more successful lives?

In this latest edition of Chris Gaborit’s series on intuition, he talks through …

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December 4th, 2018

The ideal time companies should invest in training

Victoria Kossoff 4 min read

In recent years, investment in training has been put under pressure by the unprecedented business environment. There is a growing notion that training is not worthwhile, when skill…

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November 28th, 2018

The Learning Factor wins Best eLearning Program 2018 Awarded by the AITD

Chris Gaborit 2 min read

The Learning Factor has proudly accepted the distinguished award for Best eLearning Program 2018 from the Australian Institute of Training and Development.  

This award recog…

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November 21st, 2018

The Simple Art of Using Emotion To Help Learning

Victoria Kossoff 3 min read

Thousands of years ago, Plato knew that learning has deep roots in emotion. Neuroscientists have proved him right through scientific research. Thanks to advancements in technology,…

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November 6th, 2018

Why the Best L&D professionals use Micro and Macro Learning

Victoria Kossoff 5 min read

At its essence, instructional designers develop their learning plan in the frame of a model based on clear learning theory. Contemporary course design has now become a stage for de…

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subject matter expert (SME)

October 30th, 2018

The Art of Working with a Subject Matter Expert

Simone - Operations Manager 3 min read

For newbies in the eLearning sphere, an SME (Subject Matter Expert) is a valuable member of any learning design team. They are the expert in the field or topic as it relates to the…

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