Mastering Organizational Learning 

Humentum Learning Services eBook

Since 2004, Humentum Learning Services has been helping NGOs deliver eLearning and virtual training to their global staff. We have worked with the Human Resources and Learning and Development (L&D) departments of over 100 organizations.

This eBook has been curated by the HLS team based on our experience with L&D professionals at organizations of every size. The content of this eBook is a collection of thoughts and findings from Humentum's established reputation in online learning at NGOs as well as the thoughts and advice from our members who have some of the best L&D units in the sector. 

The eBook addresses how to develop a sophisticated learning strategy, how to understand and effectively cater for different learning needs, how to engage learners across the spectrum of topics and how to evaluate the successes of your learning programs. Whether you’re new to the world of L&D or an experienced pro, we think you’ll find something here to ignite your thinking. Read the table of contents below:

  1. Introduction
    We have recorded the knowledge from all our activities and from across our learning community and compiled it into this eBook.
  2. Learning Strategy
    A learning strategy identifies how the L&D team and its activities will help the organization meet its overall goals and objectives.
  3. Organizational Buy-In
    To achieve a more strategic business partner and service provider positioning, L&D should be aligned and positioned with core parts of the organization.
  4. Learning Needs
    Identify the organization’s learning needs in more detail and ensure the learning interventions you provide will help the organization achieve its organizational strategy
  5. Engaging Learners
    Providing a highly-engaging learning experience includes choosing timely topics and relevant design content that is concise and well-structured, creating activities that motivate them to practice what they have learned, and providing networking opportunities to foster continuous learning and development.
  6. Evaluation
    An effective L&D evaluation is strongly linked with identified key performance indicators (KPIs) and aligned with the organization’s objectives.
  7. Learning & Development Brand
    When a shopper glances at a store display, without even thinking, they probably question what the display is trying to sell. If the offer isn’t clear, a shopper will turn away, and the opportunity will be lost.
  8. Conclusion
    We also provide organizations with everything they need to deliver effective online learning and virtual training, including platforms, eLearning creation tools, e-learning courses, and of course, our amazing community of peers working in the NGO sector.

By the end of the eBook you will be able to apply sound principles to foster a productive learning culture in your nonprofit!

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