Calendars & Clocks: Key Components of a Global Training Program
Our team has a history of managing large virtual initiatives. The truth of planning global programs is that we need to keep calendars and clocks in mind.
Going Global: Expanding YOUR Personal Learning Network (Curated Resources)
Learning how to take your training programs global isn’t easy. It takes personal evolution from instructional designer or project manager to a new role.
Going Global - Myth: Leading a Global Training Project Is as Easy as 1-2-3
Leading a global training project takes more than being an instructional designer or a trainer or even a project manager. There are three critical steps.
Going Global: The Winning Formula for Virtual Training and Blended Learning Success
A global training implementation is much more complex than a blended learning solution designed for one country or for one region.
Incorporating Technology into the Training Room
Studies show collaboration boosts performance by 20%, but this can be challenging when remote teams are increasingly split across the globe.
Face-to-Face Gone Virtual
Does this sound familiar? You’re going along training for years and then BOOM your company decides to jump on the virtual classroom train.
Inclusive Delivery: Ensure Your Blended Learning Strategy Meets Diverse Demands
As L&D practitioners, the demands of our job now require us to expect different faces in the room and learners with different needs and abilities.
5 Tips for Creating Better Global Virtual Training
Learners and classrooms are global, social, and mobile. Adapt to this evolving learning culture through better virtual training and blended learning programs.
Part 4: Managing Virtual Classroom Strategy Implementation Challenges
Building cultural intelligence and overcoming language barriers are key steps to overcoming virtual classroom implementation challenges.
Learn Anywhere: The Modern Virtual Classroom is Global, Mobile, & Social
The virtual classroom has evolved, and expectations are high. What do virtual designers and facilitators need to become masters at their crafts?