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  • July 23, 2019

    5 Key Learning Management System (LMS) Trends in 2019

    With the growth of learning organizations, the rising demand for experience-focused, employee-centric processes and the mounting need for intelligent employer branding, it is only natural that the Learning Management System (LMS) as we know it is changing. In a world that is hyper-connected and trend-sensitive, what are the trends that will affect the LMS space […]

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  • July 16, 2019

    How training bolsters relationships and builds EQ

    Employers have long seen the need for training employees in hard skills. In recent years, soft skills like leadership and communication have crept into learning and development initiatives, too. Some employers have looked to L&D to increase employees’ emotional intelligence or emotional quotient (EQ) ⁠— a trend that can give staff members a better sense […]

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  • June 25, 2019

    What Everyone Should Know About Managing Gen Z

    Carrie Viohl, the co-owner of The Square, a restaurant in Moultrie, Georgia, manages a team of Gen Zers (those born between 1997 and 2012, the oldest of whom are just entering the workforce). But she wasn’t optimistic about hiring them at first. “Restaurant life is hard. It’s demanding work. We went through hundreds of employees […]

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  • A clear winner in Slack’s war against email? There isn’t one

    Slack dubbed email the cockroach of the internet because it’s impossible to kill. Still, the company is aiming to squash it. The collaboration software company made its debut on the New York Stock Exchange last week, closing Monday with an $18 billion market cap. Ahead of the direct listing, CEO Stewart Butterfield told CNBC when […]

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