BLP Names Stephanie Sullivan as Senior Strategic Account Manager

Bottom-Line Performance (BLP) is excited to announce the promotion of Stephanie Sullivan to Senior Strategic Account Manager. This is a new role for our company, and one that Stephanie has earned through hard work, exceptional sales results, and strong partnerships with her clients and her BLP colleagues. Stephanie will be responsible for partnering with BLP’s key accounts […]

How Fantasy Elements Improve the Learning Experience

The idea of using whimsy and fantasy as part of a training program makes some learning leaders nervous. Will learners take the training seriously? Will serious-minded audiences be offended by the lighthearted approach? And most importantly, what will stakeholders think? When it comes to teaching children, the concept of incorporating fantasy into the learning experience is […]

Design Thinking: Level-Up the Learner Experience

Two years ago I was at a CLO conference in Austin, Texas. The keynote speaker asked a question that gave me pause then – and continues to drive me now. He asked, “Is the 45-minute course you created a good use of 45 minutes of the learner’s life? Because those are 45 minutes of time that […]

BLP Partners with TE Connectivity to Win Two Brandon Hall Awards

Bottom-Line Performance (BLP) and its client, TE Connectivity (TE), a global leader in connectivity and sensors, partnered to win two 2017 Brandon Hall Excellence in Learning Awards. The winning project for both awards was an innovative training and sales enablement program that helps distributors understand the needs of different customer types and position a wide range […]

Show and Tell: Gamified eLearning in Articulate Storyline 3

Today, it’s more important than ever to not pump out boring eLearning courses. If your content and interactions aren’t memorable, the information won’t stick. And with learners’ high expectations, you don’t want to disappoint. While we build learning games using a variety of development tools, you’d be amazed at how far a developer can take […]

Performance Support Basics: How to Help at the Moment of Need

We met a fictitious target learner in a previous post. Her name is Kate. She’s a new sales rep just starting out in her territory. Kate has completed her onboarding and she is now out in the field visiting with customers every day. When Kate needs to reference or practice something, she is likely using her […]