Blog Posts

Creating Learning Experiences that Matter

Don’t confine your learners to tedious and forgettable tasks when you could design engaging and effective experiences that facilitate sticky learning.

Avoiding Bias in Learning Experience Design

Here are some best practices for promoting inclusion and creating effective learning that resonates with a diverse workforce.

Knowledge Sharing: Five Minutes with Kelly Lake, KGL’s Global Head of Corporate Learning

Kelly discusses how organizations are adapting to workforce transformation, how KGL is responding, and what’s next for the industry.

5 Ways to Humanize Virtual Learning

As organizations embrace virtual learning, how can they mitigate feelings of isolation and detachment? Here are a few ways to humanize digital training and keep learners engaged.

7 Key Learning and Performance Industry Insights for 2021

2021 is the year of adaptability and flexibility in learning and development. Here are 7 important trends this year identified by the experts at KGL.

The Power of Simulations for Change Management

Experiential learning techniques like business simulations empower learners to fail without fear while adapting to organizational change.

Why Opt for High-Quality, Custom Animated Videos?

For crafting a unique brand story and delivering business-critical information effectively, custom animations are worth the investment.

Employing AI Chatbots for Virtual Onboarding and Learning

Today’s chatbot technology can guide your employees through many processes while retaining their interest and improving their skills.

Crafting Impactful Learning Experiences with Design Thinking

When creating a learning journey, design thinking employs a human-centered approach that provides a framework for deeper engagement and learning success.

The New Blend: Redefining Blended Learning for the Remote Workforce

The best of virtual instruction combined with self-paced online training has contributed to the new blend of learning, offering a personal touch and the flexibility remote workers need.