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Next Gen Training: Decoding the Newest Generations

Millennials are still spoken about like they are mysterious unicorns; as though they are rare sightings that are not fully understood. However, there are approximately 80 million Millennials today, and they are currently the largest generation in the workforce. In fact, the oldest members of Gen Y are actively moving into leadership roles, so understanding how they work is essential if your company is going to thrive.

If you are struggling to decode the newest generations, here’s what you need to know.


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Next Gen Training: What’s Different About How the Newest Workers Learn?

While it may seem strange that how people learn shifts with each generation, it is true. Today’s newest workers grew up with technology, altering their expectations regarding how information should be shared and presented. By understanding what makes them different, you can adjust your learning and development (L&D) programs to accommodate their needs, ensuring they get the most from the experience.


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Return on Expectations vs. Return on Investment

As a metric for learning and development programs, Return on Expectations measures how successfully a training program meets its objectives, typically based on changes in employee motivation and performance after completing a course.


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Instructional Design Trends: Combine Content and Tech

When companies make the most of available tech when creating their L&D programs, they can ensure that the content is presented in a manner that fully engages the learner. This can increase overall retention while also making learning fun, ensuring that employees have a positive view of the experience. If you are looking for ways to combine content with the latest tech, here is how you can get started.


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Instructional Design Trends: Content Content Content

While conveying critical information should always be the goal of any learning and development program, neglecting the value of engaging and entertaining content is a misstep. If you want your employees to be excited about learning and absorb the information, then presentation matters.

If you want to take your L&D program to the next level, here’s how to make sure your content is up to the challenge.


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Instructional Design Trends: Choice is King!

Formal learning programs are often incredibly rigid. They facilitate a push-based learning culture, allowing management to dictate what employees must review in each unit, irrespective of the worker’s position or prior knowledge and experience.


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Instructional Design Trends: What’s the Roadmap?

The most effective learning mechanisms have a flow. One topic naturally segues to the next, making the experience as comfortable as it is informative. How do create a roadmap for this?


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What’s Different About How Younger Workers Learn?

With the rise of new technologies, the younger generations learn differently than older ones. Here are a few insights to consider.


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What Does Next-Gen L&D Look Like?

Today, education and technology go hand-in-hand. After all, it wasn’t long ago that the online-only college degree seemed unfathomable and, now, you can find online plans from leading colleges and universities across the globe.


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3 Reasons Why a Servant Leader is Not a Unicorn

For some, the idea of a servant leader seems anomalous. After all, members of the management team are often expected to put the needs of the company first, not those of their staff or team.