What are the emerging new trends in the training industry? How are leaders managing their workforce? And how do you effectively convey a message? These are pressing questions in the world of training and thought leaders are blogging about these and other dilemmas on TrainingIndustry.com.
With the training industry rapidly changing, it’s not surprising that learning and development professionals are trying to keep up. Interest in trends and changes within the industry topped the list of the Top 10 most read blogs last year. Remaining personable to customers and creating and maintaining camaraderie amongst employees have long been valued in the workplace and readers confirmed this trend.
TrainingIndustry.com is home to 15 bloggers; comprised of industry thought leaders who provide insights and encourage discussion with training industry professionals from around the world. In response to the elevated interest in the top articles of 2011, join us as we revisit the top blogs of 2011 and let’s pick up where we left off and continue these conversations online:
- Paul Seidel: 7 Trends Driving the Future of Corporate Training Services in Community Colleges (Jan. 7, 2011)
- Dr. Michael G. Cassatly: The Healthcare Crossword Puzzle (Feb. 8, 2011)
- Doug Harward: Trends in Training - 2011 Mid-Year Review (Aug. 22, 2011)
- Doug Harward: The Market for Training Outsourcing is Changing (June 8, 2011)
- Doug Harward: Next Evolution of the LMS - The Learning Portal (April 27, 2011)
- Doug Harward: Top 5 Trends in Sales Training (Aug. 8, 2011)
- Marcia Reynolds: How People Remember What You Say (March 29, 2011)
- Marcia Reynolds: Dancing with the Stars? Four Ways to Give Your Team Some Groove (March 14, 2011)
- Andrea Shapiro: Organizations Change When People In Them Change (May 23, 2011)
- Dr. Joel Gendelman: Who Cares about Content Development (May 25, 2011)
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