The expectations on leaders of training organizations to improve business performance requires them to understand how to create and deliver content that positively influences the learner’s behavior. Understanding how to better engage the learner is at the heart of how our industry is evolving.
Yes, we can help increase employee engagement by providing or facilitating more learning opportunities, but we are also in the best position to help our companies achieve their business goals. This requires strategic partnerships with the businesses resulting in business-centric or employer-directed learning. More than any other department in a company, L&D is in a unique position to help the company achieve most of its goals by becoming a valued, trusted, strategic business partner.
Today’s learners have little tolerance for two-day lecture courses (or two-hour lectures, for that matter). In reaction, many organizations are now wondering about micro-training: short bursts of training that fit into 10 minutes or less. Is this reaction justified by claims that goldfish now have longer attention spans than people?
Years ago, when the Millennial generation was first getting press, I heard the craziest things. For instance, I read articles that questioned whether this generation knew how to use dining utensils such as forks and knives. For a generation whose oldest members are just four years younger than me, this was shocking.
Training pays. Sometimes, it's easy to underestimate just how much it pays. Consider an employee who is going to work 2000 hours for you this year. It's not unusual for an organization to spend only 10 or 20 hours training...
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