Instructional Design

5 Reasons Why Using Consultants are Good for your L&D Budget

It might seem counterintuitive that hiring a consultant would help you save money, but when it comes to your L&D budget – hiring a consultant is a great option. Without a strong learning and development plan, your employees will fail to keep pace with the fast-moving market, or they may even jump ship to find a company who is willing to invest in their long-term success. As an employer in one of the most challenging hiring markets history has ever seen, this is not a risk you can take. Here are 5 ways that hiring a consultant might just be the answer you’ve been looking for.
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Organizational Development

Hiring L&D Professionals: A Gamified Guide

Molding your company into a learning organiztion has become increasingly important as the value of expert talent rises. Download our gamified guide on hiring L&D professionals and learn:
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Project Management

5 Scenarios When Hiring Consultants Will Improve Your Business

If you’ve never hired an outside consultant, you may question why a business would spend money to outsource help when it can delegate the task to someone inside the company. However, in many circumstances, the most effective solution comes from outside the firm, and a consultant can prove his or herself well worth the investment. An outside consultant can bring a ton of experience and a refreshing new outlook to the equation.
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Training Delivery

A Training Manager’s Tale

The day started out like any other. Trina Trainer walked into her office, laptop bag on her shoulder, balancing her Venti Caramel Macchiato while texting on her smart phone. Five minutes later, the Vice President of Sales rushed into her office, having just returned from an Educational Technology conference. “I know what I want for our New Hire Sales Training,” he breathlessly exclaimed. “It needs more video examples and gamification. Gamification is really hot right now.”
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Organizational Development

Joining Forces: Building a Great Virtual Consulting Relationship

The economic recovery has been slower than we all had hoped. As a result, the business press reports, companies are hoarding cash and continuing to delay the creation of new jobs. But the upturn will come, and companies must be prepared with the resources and capacity they’ll need when it does. Learning and development projects are a critical part of that preparedness; workers must be skilled, knowledgeable, and adept at facing the next challenge. Project-based learning and development (L&D) consulting—what Clarity Consultants calls strategic insourcing—can help companies tackle critical workplace learning and performance issues while remaining cautious about adding to full-time head count.
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