accountability

The ROI of Investing in Corporate Training

By |2019-01-16T00:36:31+00:00January 11th, 2019|

The ROI of Investing in Corporate Training Your company hiring process is airtight — meaning, only the most qualified candidates ever get their foot in your door. So, why would you invest in unnecessary company training when employees are brought on with all the knowledge needed to do their jobs well from the start? As industries become increasingly competitive, independent business owners depend on their employees — and the quality of service they provide — to build the kind of relationships that keep customers coming back. How to help your employees deliver service that stands [...]

Video Training vs. Traditional Training

By |2018-07-02T17:47:11+00:00January 5th, 2018|

Video Training vs. Traditional Training The Truth - By Eddie Martin Training has traditionally been about booking events, securing venues and managing travel arrangements. Substantial expenses with sometimes marginal returns on time and effort only to attempt to download a lifetime of one's research and time into the minds of a classroom or audience. The problem is that it is not only an inefficient use of money but alone it is a disservice to both your company and your students. We used to feel the same way as you; we felt that these traditional methods were the only way [...]

Workplace Knowledge: Understanding

By |2018-07-02T17:47:45+00:00November 21st, 2017|

Workplace Knowledge: Understanding 5  things that can happen when you don't understand something at work - By Eddie Martin So at some point (maybe daily) we find ourselves confused about how to do something at work. This can typically be resolved by asking coworkers or management. But not everyone will do that for fear of looking like they hadn't paid attention in that training class from last year or possibly they fear loosing their job for not knowing. Better yet, they ask a coworker for the answer and they don't know either. They've just been doing it their way [...]

The 20 Tips for Building a Successful Virtual Training Course

By |2018-10-03T14:51:06+00:00August 24th, 2017|

The 20 Tips for Building a Successful Virtual Training Course will help you navigate the nuances of online learning. LightSpeed VT has helped hundreds of trainers and speakers virtualize their content and generate recurring revenue streams in doing so.  We are THE experts in creating the most engaging interactive virtual training courses on the web.  We know exactly what works and what doesn't. We've assembled the list of our most important tips and techniques to help you create virtual training that is relevant, engaging and most importantly, the training that works. 20 Tips for Building a Successful [...]

Train Your Staff Virtually

By |2018-07-02T17:53:12+00:00November 2nd, 2016|

Here at LightSpeed VT, we know that the most important aspects of effective learning come from engagement and accountability. LightSpeed VT’s state-of-the-art testing mechanisms and accountability features ensure that your staff and your clients are able to track, measure, and monitor the progression of learning. Take a look at how LightSpeed VT can help you train your employees the right way the first time. Repetition, Repetition, Repetition Adult Learners aren’t receptacles for information. As a matter of fact, as humans develop, they require more and more repetition to retain information. We see this most specifically when we try to learn [...]

The Necessity of Accountability

By |2018-07-02T17:54:34+00:00October 30th, 2016|

Whether you are a professional speaker, a corporate trainer, or a network marketing company, you know that the right training can increase profitability and reduce overhead. Brad Lea, CEO of LightSpeed VT realized this long ago, and knew that there were more effective methods of training...they just didn’t exist yet. LightSpeed VT was founded out of necessity, in a world where most Learning Management Systems promised results through passive one-time videos. Lea knew that an LMS couldn’t train users properly, because trainees learn through repetition, become engaged by interactivity, and retain more information through accountability. Take a look at Brad [...]