Skillsoft Blog

Get the biggest bang for your training dollars – spend your money where it’s needed

The need or request for training can come from many avenues—from
solving key business problems— to the employee themselves. Wherever the initial
spark has come from, the next step is to identify what training method would produce
results cost effectively.Read more

Who are you? What’s the point? Is this more compliance stuff?

By Ivonne Smith

We’re pleased to bring you a guest blog post by Ivonne
Smith, a Skillsoft Learning Strategy Consultant

I know these questions sound
a bit harsh, but it might be questions that your learners ask if you haven’t
created a solid brand around your learning program.Read more

How to spot potential leaders

By Les
McKeown

We’re
pleased to bring you a guest post from Les
McKeown
, President & CEO of Predictable Success. In this role, he advises
CEOs and senior leaders of organizations on how to achieve scalable,
sustainable growth and speaks to Fortune 500 companies about his breakthrough
strategies.Read more

Throw Back Thursday: social learning

We receive so
much valuable content from our customers, partners and internal subject-matter
experts. On Thursdays, we thought it would be fun to do a “throw back” and
bring back an older post that was valuable to our audience.Read more

Destination unknown

By Beth Baker

We’re pleased to bring you a guest blog post from Beth
Baker, a Skillsoft Learning Consultant

I love maps.  I have
always loved maps.  It is like a one page overview of where I have been
and all the paths available to get me where I want to go.  As long as I
know where I am starting and what my destination needs to be, I can choose any
number of options to get there.  I can even reroute myself midway if
necessary.Read more

Using Talent Development Reporting Principles (TDRp) to run learning like a business

The most successful CLOs today run learning like a business.
This means aligning learning to the business goals, carefully planning key
programs and agreeing on measures of success, and then actively managing the
programs to achieve the planned outcomes, effectiveness and efficiency.Read more