WRITER: Hemsley Fraser | SOURCE: www.trainingindustry.com
Employees can sometimes feel like passengers – or even prisoners – rather than truly engaged participants in learning programs. If they’ve been sent a link, pushed by someone else to participate or if they’re coasting through without really connecting with the content on an emotional level, it’s unlikely they’ll be engaged and then apply what they learn.
This article outlines eight key steps to creating a powerful buzz around learning. Read it to learn how:
To ensure the learning speaks to them personally.
Setting learning in the context of business goals can help create the buzz.
Bringing learning and communications together can drive engagement.