Fake news is making audiences think twice about which media sources they can trust and doubt how effective content is. And that’s not good for thought leaders and content creators who know the ROI of content marketing.
¿Termina el Individuo conectado con el concepto de generación?
Resulta una coincidencia curiosa que estemos llegando al fin del abecedario cuando denominamos generación Z a la de los nacidos desde mediados de los noventa a nuestros tiempos. Porque es cierto que son distintos, muy distintos de sus hermanos mayores de la Generación Y (nacidos en los ochenta), pero también lo es que de algún modo, tanto estos últimos como los de generaciones precedentes (los setenteros X, principalmente), estamos adquiriendo, al ritmo que el mundo de la aceleración tecnológica obliga, muchas de las características de la generación más conectada. Ocurre de algún modo, en buena medida gracias a las TIC, que ya no tiene sentido describir a las generaciones por año de nacimiento. Estar vivo en el año 2015 significa, gracias a Internet y las redes sociales, algo mucho más independiente a la franja generacional, a la edad que se tenga, que nunca antes.
When we think of the word, motivation, instantly two things come to mind. First, when we are young, there are many outside things that motivate us, a desire to do something, the reality of punishment from our parents, positive and negative reinforcement of what we are doing, etc. All of these things help to motivate children and in some case it has a positive effect and in other cases it does not. The more proactive the motivation, the more positive the response to that motivation, the more reactionary the motivation, the more negative the response. The second picture that comes to mind is a learned reaction to something. Like Pavlov and his dogs, which would salivate when he rang the bell, motivation can be at times subconscious.
Diez segundos. El tiempo que toma revisar el celular «rapidito» es todo el tiempo que usted tiene para causar una primera impresión. Diez segundos. Esto aplica para e-learning también. Puede que las personas que tomen su curso tengan como objetivo aprender; sin embargo, juzgarán lo que usted haya diseñado antes de siquiera empezar a leerlo. Y lo harán en un instante.
La primera impresión es la que cuenta dice aquel del dicho popular. En general, las primeras impresiones se caracterizan por ser momentáneas. No obstante, la cantidad cada vez más grande de información que nos arrojan en línea hace que sea necesario causar una impresión rápida y que marque la diferencia.
As I’ve discussed before, microlearning is an approach to training that delivers content to learners in small, targeted bursts. The learners choose their path and pace through the content. When a learning organization begins to incorporate a microlearning strategy into its overall training curriculum, it’s safe to start with five-minute Storyline modules or brief videos. They’re just the beginning, though; you can choose from many more micro options:
It is no secret that I'm a huge proponent of learning. I make time every day to learn something new and am always on the lookout for useful takeaways from my experiences. One of the coolest things about learning is when you find something super useful and learn something you didn't even know you needed to…
Does your company need to implement a virtual training program?
If this is the case, you've probably done a lot of research on the subject, including providers, tools, and methods. By now you’ve probably discovered there are so many different forms of virtual training available, from eLearning, mobile learning, to blended learning courses. Each method has its own benefits and its best use cases.
If you’re wondering which modality is more effective; there is no easy answer for that. Making a decision comes down to the individual needs of the company, as well as the expected organizational outcomes.
So, before resuming your research, ask yourself this question: What are your company’s training needs?
We hear a lot about Millennials but who are they statistically? This generation was born between the beginning of the 1980’s and the early 2000’s as defined by Generations: The History of America’s Future, 1584 to 2069. At over 80 million high, this generation makes up a quarter of the U.S. population and much of the current and near future workforce. If those numbers made you sit up and take notice then you are well on your way to understanding why it’s important to formulate training to motivate and teach this generation.
Social Leadership describes a type of authority that applies in communities, outside of formal hierarchy, and based upon our reputation, earned over time. It’s not an alternative to formal leadership, it’s complimentary to it: but it’s reach extends where formal power cannot go. It’s important because, in the Social Age, so much of our sense making and performance is rooted around co-created knowledge, around socially moderated learning, around storytelling and sharing. Today, as i prepare to launch the 2nd Edition of the ‘Social Leadership Handbook’, i want to expand on the notion of ‘curation’, which is the foundation of Social Leadership.
Sharing your scoops to your social media accounts is a must to distribute your curated content. Not only will it drive traffic and leads through your content, but it will help show your expertise with your followers.
How to integrate my topics' content to my website?
Integrating your curated content to your website or blog will allow you to increase your website visitors’ engagement, boost SEO and acquire new visitors. By redirecting your social media traffic to your website, Scoop.it will also help you generate more qualified traffic and leads from your curation work.
Distributing your curated content through a newsletter is a great way to nurture and engage your email subscribers will developing your traffic and visibility.
Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.