Primeast recognises that in order to perform well professionally, there needs to be a balance between work and our normal lives. If the pendulum swings too far towards one more than the other, the result is an inability to focus, stress, unhealthy habits and, ultimately, unhappiness.
Learning and development (L&D) professionals can no longer ignore the power of e-learning: by the end of the year, the global e-learning market is predicted by Global Industry Analysts to reach $107 billion. Whilst the United States remains the largest market worldwide, distance learning in India will grow by 55 per cent, closely followed by China at 52 per cent, Malaysia at 41 per cent, Romania at 38 per cent and Poland at 28 per cent.
Global learning and development (L&D) isn't as simple as delivering the same session in different countries. Each arm of a business is always unique and geographical distance brings with it cultural diversity. These differences cause problems for global L&D.
In order for any training to be a success, it needs to be properly tailored to its audience. If it isn't, participants often won't understand or engage with the session.