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Explainer: Creating a Relevant L&D Strategy

Why spend the next 15 minutes reading this? This piece is specifically for L&D professionals that are looking to create better, more effective L&D strategies for their organizations. A coherent and data-driven L&D Strategy can help you and your organization make the most of the limited resources that are available, yet attain significant progress towards […]

Behind L&D Curtains

Onboarding @WeTransfer

Going fully remote was challenging and difficult for the whole HR team. We had multiple priorities, and no one to focus solely on onboarding and make sure the program is inclusive, informative, and is able to embed newcomers to our people’s culture. At that point, we didn’t even know what remote work would look like.  […]

What's beyond in-class?

Introduction to Learning Habits

I have a bad habit.  Actually, I have more than one bad habit, but this one bothers me particularly. I tried breaking it several times, without success. My best idea to get rid of it relied on two key components: willpower and goal setting.  The bad habit I’m talking about is checking my phone. I […]

Ten Things I’ve Learned

10 Things I Wish I Knew When I Started My L&D Career

My first answer (that I remember) to the question “what do you want to be when you grow up” is a ballerina. I don’t know why because I have always been very uncoordinated and missed a sense of music. Yet, I have always been pretty good at teaching others. I remember growing up as the […]

Reforming in-class

How To Use Emotions As Learning Superpowers 

If you ever delivered a workshop, you know that feeling when your participants engage with materials,  participate actively, are curious and focused, and enjoy the learning process. It’s a joy! You also know that oftentimes it takes a lot of preparation. Knowing the participants and their needs, carefully designing activities, interesting content, and materials to […]