L&D and HR professionals are continually challenged to improve learning programs due to both employee and business demands. Navigating the best way forward requires investigation into why existing programs miss the mark.
How can engagement be so low when the demand for learning and growth from employees is so high?
L&D leaders say many daily distractions get in the way of learning. Modern learners have a multitude of options for information and social interaction, and as a result, if courses aren’t engaging, then motivating them to prioritize learning can be challenging. Thankfully, a lot of research has uncovered the key aspects of engagement and what increases knowledge use and therefore, employee retention.
Learn to use these research findings to create courses that will inspire your employees to take the time for continuous growth and development.
Why human interaction matters and how it can significantly increase your learning KPI's
How individuals learn faster (and better) by self-directing their learning paths
How mirror neurons play a role in learning and how this can help trainers increase their effectiveness