[Editor’s Note: This piece was written by guest author Taylor Kearns, Supervisor of Training, Tech Support, and Communications in the Disability Services Division of the Minnesota Department of Human Services. This is a standalone follow up to our Stories of Positivity in L&D blog post from early April. Taylor went above and beyond in his […]

Learning is experiential, not just intellectual. In the transition from live to virtual, that experience is fundamentally changed. Create great online learning experiences with these short and long term tips from instructional designer Michael Sunnarborg.

These last several weeks have been strange, challenging, and at times more than a little scary. They have brought major changes in workflow, the need to form new habits, and a demand to respond to an entirely new set of needs from stakeholders and customers alike. In L&D, the idea of “hitting a moving target” […]

Hello everyone! Welcome to a new year of learning events for our L&D community. We’re looking forward to seeing all of you in 2020 and learning new things from you. We wanted to take a moment to express our gratitude for your support and participation in the community events. We at Fredrickson have a blast […]

Our Healthcare Learning Leader Forum members wondered what current trends in healthcare learning professionals are most excited about and interested in implementing? To find out, we drew on some members of the forum to see what they’ve been exploring and implementing. Below, six experts share stories of various recent learning implementations using new-to-their-organization technologies, design […]

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The digital age has created a massive increase in the speed and complexity of the business, resulting in the largest job transition since the Industrial Revolution. Given this rapid transformation, the next five years will likely be more disruptive to HR and corporate learning than the last 50. Today’s HR and L&D leaders should focus […]