Top 10 Talance Blog Posts from 2016

It's exciting to look forward into a new year, but it's also inspiring to look back. It was a big year for us at Talance, with new course announcements, new partners and clients, and updates to our learning management system technology. We kept you informed in the blog, but you might have missed something. We're looking back at the top 10 articles we published last year. Have a closer look at our most popular:

Four Ways To Be More Productive Teaching Your Next Online Course

Everyone is amped up at the beginning of an online course, and you probably feel like this is going to be the time when you're the most organized. But as soon as the class begins and work starts flowing in, it's easy to feel overwhelmed.

These four tips are what help us at Talance keep courses moving smoothly and make each subsequent class even easier.

Asthma and Cold Weather: Best Tips Download

Are you looking for free high-quality materials to help your clients get a handle on their asthma in cooler weather?

Dropping temperatures can be a challenge for people with asthma. Colder weather can trigger attacks for some, and long hours spent inside can also affect some people.

In this free tip sheet download, we've collected five actionable tips that can help your clients can be prepared for fall and winter. It has simple reminders anyone can follow to make winter easier. 

11 Effective Training Tips to Help Your Team Learn Year-Round

Everyone has a to-do list that threatens to overwhelm them, so the idea of squeezing in ongoing learning opportunities can be a challenge. But it doesn't have to be difficult and it doesn't have to stretch the budget. Below are 11 ideas for fostering ongoing training for your organization. Pick a few and schedule them throughout the year.

What You Need to Understand About How Your Team Learns

In training (as in life) not everyone is created equally. Everyone absorbs and processes information differently. Some people are learn best by listening, some by reading, some by doing. It all comes down to their individual learning style.

Knowing the difference between learning styles is important if you want to give your team of learners the best chance of retaining what they learn so they can use it on the job. Plus, offering appealing training opportunities is much more interesting and makes happier learners.