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Do you know what your people don't know?

Do you know what your people don't know?

You don't know what you don't know, until you know...ya know? Unless of course, you have Yarno to tell you.

Eliza Scott, 3 min read
Eliza Scott
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You don't have an engagement problem, you have a reward problem

You don't have an engagement problem, you have a reward problem

Before worrying about how to make training fun, we need to answer one important question: why are we training? What is the desired outcome?

Mark Eggers, 6 min read
Mark Eggers
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How I let go and enabled others in my team to make their own decisions

How I let go and enabled others in my team to make their own decisions

Enter: the decision template. My one stop shop approach to emboldening everyone at Yarno to make their own decisions (so I don't have to).

Lachy Gray, 6 min read
Lachy Gray
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How to calculate your return on investment from training

How to calculate your return on investment from training

This is your step-by-step guide to calculating the effectiveness of training. If you read to the end, you'll even come away with a super-simple formula by which you can plot the exact ROI of...

Mark Eggers, 5 min read
Mark Eggers
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3 Common microlearning misconceptions

3 Common microlearning misconceptions

Microlearning is more than just packing content into bite-sized chunks. Click through to find out the most common microlearning misconceptions.

Carmen Zhu, 3 min read
Carmen Zhu
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Why bite-sized is best

Why bite-sized is best

When it comes to learning, there's a lot to be said for delivering content in small, digestible chunks. Your brain absorbs information better this way, and you might even have time to do it....

Mark Eggers, 4 min read
Mark Eggers
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Yarno's crystal ball: The future of learning and AI

Yarno's crystal ball: The future of learning and AI

What does the future hold? Scary stuff. AI grows smarter every day and it's coming to take our jobs and render us obsolete. Or is it?

Courtney Dutton, 5 min read
Courtney Dutton
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What we learned at the Australian Workplace Learning Conference

What we learned at the Australian Workplace Learning Conference

A little while ago I headed to the Australian Workplace Learning Conference where I got to hear all the big names in L&D speak.

Courtney Dutton, 4 min read
Courtney Dutton
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Acknowledge, align and assure your way to personal customer service

Acknowledge, align and assure your way to personal customer service

You need more than just the technical capabilities when it comes to customer service. What is that "more"? A personal connection.

Courtney Dutton, 3 min read
Courtney Dutton
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Invest in your business, invest in your staff

Invest in your business, invest in your staff

You might save some money in the short term by reducing the amount of training you give staff, but in the long run, it could cost you more than you think.

Courtney Dutton, 4 min read
Courtney Dutton
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Why customer service soft skills training  doesn't have to be so hard

Why customer service soft skills training doesn't have to be so hard

Teaching people how to be more understanding, kind, and charismatic isn't as hard as you think...

Courtney Dutton, 5 min read
Courtney Dutton
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Forgot something? It's not your fault – it's the forgetting curve

Forgot something? It's not your fault – it's the forgetting curve

School seems like so long ago, and everything you learnt has disappeared. Our brains have a forgetting curve. Lucky for you, there's a way to reset it.

Courtney Dutton, 4 min read
Courtney Dutton
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