5 Steps to Fixing Your Broken Training Program

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Learning at work is broken. Across the US, hundreds of billions of dollars are spent each year on employee training — and most of it is a waste. A study conducted by the Harvard Business Review reported that 70% of employees claim they don’t have mastery of … Read more

3 Ways to Make Corporate Training Fun

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. As an e-learning expert and former trainer, I hear this all the time from people: “Do you really think that corporate training can be … fun?” I don’t blame them. I’ve had my fair share of dull presentations and lecture-style classroom training sessions. It can be hard … Read more

4 Reasons for Low Training Participation (and How to Change it)

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. How important are learning and development (L&D) opportunities to companies today? In the United States, workforce training expenditures surpass $82 billion each year — underscoring the clear value that organizations place on learning. And when companies make large investments in their training programs, it follows that they … Read more

How to Evaluate if Your Corporate Training is Working

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. As a former trainer and consultant for many companies, I’ve had the opportunity to observe the biggest problems they tend to encounter regarding training performance firsthand. Namely, a lot of money and effort gets invested in training, but it’s often unclear how to demonstrate the return on … Read more

Why You Should Personalize Corporate Learning With AI

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Over the course of my career, I’ve taught thousands of people, both in higher-ed settings and in corporate environments. Something I struggled with, especially when working with many learners at once, was providing personalized instruction and feedback equitably, and on a large scale. Think about it: we … Read more