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TrainingZone’s five most popular resources of 2019

L&D practitioners know they must walk the talk – investing time and curiosity in their own development, as well as others. To better understand the areas that learning leaders are deepening their knowledge on, we've taken a look at the top resources our readers engaged with in 2019.

7th Jan 2020
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Featuring research, expert guidance, and data-driven insights, our resource library enables L&D professionals to build their knowledge on the issues that matter to them most. But which of our deep-dive reports has our readers engaged with the most?

We reveal the top five most popular resources of 2019…

1. RESEARCH: Which learning technologies are trending in 2019?

TrainingZone’s 2019 L&D tech barometer research – with commentary from Donald H Taylor, Chairman of the Learning and Performance Institute – was the most popular resource of the year. The report’s findings offer insight on which learning technologies are gaining traction within businesses and have the potential to shape the future of the industry.

2. Learning culture: A journey towards autonomy, empowerment and improved business performance

With recent light being shed on the value of lifelong learning for businesses, it’s no surprise that TrainingZone’s PDF on learning culture has piqued the attention of our readers. Featuring insights from Nigel Paine, Robin Hoyle and Jackie Clifford, this report investigates what a learning culture really looks like, and how to align business improvement with L&D.

3. Developing soft skills for business impact

In our round-up of the 10 most popular articles on TrainingZone, several of the articles making the list related to soft skills development. And here too, we have a guide on this very topic. Written by Donald H Taylor, in association with Skillsoft, this report offers a practical how-to approach to improving soft skills in your workforce. 

4. The changing role of L&D: from learning to performance

The question of how L&D can successfully transform itself to be more closely aligned to the business has become more pressing over the past year. With valued contributions from L&D thought leaders Charles Jennings, Jane Daly and Naomi Lockwood, this report explores how the profession must adapt in order to stay relevant.

5. Diversity and inclusion: why learning is the hidden key to success

Diving into a topic little explored in the learning and development space, analyst Laura Overton, in collaboration with the Open University, explores how digital learning is the key to unlocking the benefits of a diverse and inclusive (D&I) workforce. Download this report for a different perspective on how we can tackle the D&I challenge.

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