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2016 Training Trends: Experts Weigh In

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Trends allow training programs to stay relevant. Learn what L&D experts think of some of the most prominent trends to shape the industry in the last 5 years.

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2016 Training Trends: Experts Weigh In

  1. 1. 2016 Training Trends: Quotes from L&D Experts
  2. 2. Trends help us refine our training techniques and stay relevant to the needs of learners. We talked to experts in learning and development to get their opinion about what’s big for 2016 in training trends. [ ABOUT ]
  3. 3. Karl Kapp Professor of Instructional Technology Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania Jathan Janove Principal Organization Solutions David Zinger Global Employee Engagement Expert Founder Employee Engagement Network Kellye Whitney Associate Editorial Director Chief Learning Officer Insights From: Sybil Stershic Owner Quality Service Marketing Zaid Alsagoff Principle Lead (Elearning and Innovation) International Medical University Ryan Tracey Editorial Board Member eLearn Magazine
  4. 4. Want to learn more? Each slide has a button to read more about each influencer’s topic.
  5. 5. Our collective mindset has shifted away from pushing everything onto mobile devices so our people can learn outside of work hours (which is really quite naïve) to enabling our people to use their devices to pull in content when they need it.” Mobile & Responsive Design Learn More: Responsive Design Ryan Tracey Editorial Board Member eLearn Magazine
  6. 6. We have been flooded with content. Now the dam has burst and we are flooded with learning material from a multitude of sources, such as Coursera, Lynda, and Udemy. Our challenge is to engage the learner. I have signed up for many online courses but have never gone beyond the first module.” MOOCs Learn More: Elearning David Zinger Global Employee Engagement Expert Founder Employee Engagement Network
  7. 7. Gamification is no longer a buzzword. Over the last 5 years, the discourse has changed from how gamification is going to fix all of our ills—or that it’s a complete waste of time—to a more constructive conversation about how game mechanics might or might not help us improve our performance.” Gamification Learn More: Gamification Ryan Tracey Editorial Board Member eLearn Magazine
  8. 8. Organizations are trying out more mobile, and even Snapchat, technology delivery systems for training use, but without the ability to customize development options to learners’ needs in the moment, the latest and greatest bells and whistles won’t help as much as they could.” Personalization & Adaptive Evaluation Learn More: Personalized Training Kellye Whitney Associate Editorial Director Chief Learning Officer
  9. 9. It’s getting harder and harder as a CFO or a CEO to avoid the fact that the correlation between engaged employees and success can’t be denied. Talent is your investment.” Employee Engagement Learn More: Employee Engagement Jathan Janove Principal Organization Solutions
  10. 10. We invite learners. We can’t make them learn, so we must strive to ensure our invitation is compelling, and that once the invitation is accepted the training continues to be compelling and engaging until the very last word, video, or exercise. Employee Engagement Learn More: Grab the Learner’s Attention David Zinger Global Employee Engagement Expert Founder Employee Engagement Network
  11. 11. It will be interesting to see how personalized learning will evolve and potentially grow disruptively in the coming years, as Google, Microsoft, and Facebook continue to venture into online learning to empower everyone online to learn whatever, whenever, wherever, however, from whomever they want. Personalization & Adaptive Evaluation Learn More: Quiet Leadership Zaid Alsagoff Principle Lead (Elearning and Innovation) International Medical University
  12. 12. It’s all about identifying where learners are in their development and creating programs and interventions to elevate them to that next level – without forcing peers to stride along the same learning path.” Personalization & Adaptive Evaluation Learn More: Blended Learning Kellye Whitney Associate Editorial Director Chief Learning Officer
  13. 13. The social connectedness, the bite-sized learning element and the ability to access the content quickly and exactly when needed is an invaluable way of learning in our modern, fast-paced world.” Social Learning Learn More: Make Social Learning More Organic Karl Kapp Professor of Instructional Technology Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
  14. 14. Whether developing employees through in-house training or sending them off site to professional development programs or specialized industry conferences, quality face-to-face training provides participants the dedicated, uninterrupted time they need to digest, discuss, adapt, and apply. In-person Development Learn More: Instructor-Led Training Sybil Stershic Owner Quality Service Marketing
  15. 15. Learn how training trends can improve performance within your company. Download our ebook: #Trending2016: What worked, what didn’t and what’s next in training trends. Download the Ebook

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