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Teaching Methods that Foster Employee Engagement

Peer-to-Peer Learning

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Employee Engagement: Understanding Global Relevancy and Social Media

Global Relevancy: Know Your Audience

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Employee Engagement and Mentorship

The Case for Reverse Mentorship

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Employee Engagement and Today's Multi-Generational Workforce: An LRN Whitepaper

Education and communication are critical components in transforming corporate cultures worldwide. Advancing ethical corporate cultures starts with designing effective education programs that promote awareness, impart knowledge, and breed an organizational sense of ownership and responsibility around business conduct. With today’s business paradigm requiring not only legal compliance but also ethical behavior, education leaders are finding they need to shift their learning strategies to adapt to new business drivers and evolving audience requirements. It is now essential to design effective compliance and ethics education programs that reach diverse audiences across multiple time zones and to do so in a progressive and innovative manner. According to LRN’s 2013 Ethics & Compliance Leadership Survey, the data shows convincingly that the most effective programs are delivered in a blended suite of modalities, addressing the various learning styles and attention spans of the evolving workforce.

One fundamental reality in today’s business environment is that the learner is the new consumer, driving high expectations for user engagement and on-demand access to knowledge. This new consumer thrives in an environment where learning is more informal and social and is integrated 24/7. This new learner-consumer is altering the learning landscape, rejecting being “held hostage” to one learning format. The profile of today’s learner is one with multiple layers of distractions and information overload. Critical content needs to connect with them in short, easy-to-digest segments that can be applied in practical and relevant ways.

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(Almost) Everything We Think About Employee Engagement is Wrong

For years, the business world’s approach to managing employee engagement has been out to lunch.

“Out to lunch” as when executives tell managers to get their employees “more engaged” by taking them out to Olive Garden more often.
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