NH Learning Solutions Blog
8 Reasons Businesses Embrace Microlearning
Today, unfortunately, many employees have less and less time to dedicate to learning and professional development, which is why the way in which businesses deliver training to their employees must change and/or adapt. According to research gathered by Deloitte: “The average employee only has time to devote 1% of their work week to professional development. That means only 24 minutes a week or 4.8 minutes a day can be allotted for training in a normal 40-hour work week.” Perhaps this is why so many businesses are embracing microlearning as their preferred method of training.
Mismanaged Meetings or Conference Calls Disrupt Productivity
Sometimes conference calls are vital and often truly productive; however, poorly managed or unnecessary meetings can absolutely disrupt the natural rhythm of a workday and could lead to hours of productivity loss.
How Professional Development Can Create Great Leaders
Training your leaders is an important component of running a successful business. However, many managers are only gaining skills through on-the-job experience and not through formal professional development. Is on-the-job experience the best and only way to learn? Are soft skills just as important or even more important as hard skills?
5 Most Common Grammar Errors in Work Emails
Making a typo in a work email is usually an accident. Although it can be embarrassing, many people overlook the faux pas, since more often than not, the typo does not change the message of the email. However, many people make grammar errors every day. Unlike typos and auto correct mishaps, these grammar errors are a little harder to discern from accidents. They can cause confusion in work emails and, worse, reflect poorly on the sender.
6 Soft Skills that Drive Technical Success
Guest Author: Eric P. Bloom
I have analyzed various technical certifications, methodologies, and frameworks. As expected, it was very obvious that the technical information and skills learned by studying them were of great value to both the individuals who gained this knowledge and the organizations they served.