Keeping your employees engaged and educated on the latest trends can be hard especially if you don’t have the tools to get this accomplished effectively. Did you know that when companies use microlearning they can increase employee engagement as high as 90% and that 95% of employees prefer this method of learning over webinars and long training sessions? (edapp.com)
These are all great numbers, but I know what you are asking yourself…what is microlearning? It’s a style of learning that breaks down complex topics into easily digestible modules or videos, which typically range from 10-20 minutes in length. It is a solution for busy workers and provides them with the tools they need to be successful.
Here are some ways you can utilize microlearning to benefit your employees and their careers:
- It’s Time Efficient – Microlearning allows you to learn in short sessions making it convenient for busy professionals. What is excellent about microlearning is you can do this during your commute, lunch breaks, or any time you have a few minutes to devote to learning. This method fits learning into your schedule on your terms.
- Provides Continuous Learning – Microlearning encourages the habit of continuous learning. By watching short, focused videos, you can accumulate knowledge over time and stay up to date on the latest trends and developments in your industry.
- Targeted Skill Development – microlearning helps you focus on specific skills or topics that are directly related to your career goals. This targeted approach helps you enhance your expertise in a personalized manner.
- Employee Training and Development – Employers use microlearning to help break down training content into bite-sized lessons. In fact, many state broadcasters’ associations use Ten-Minute Trainer Network and P1 Learning to help onboard and train their employees using microlearning. This process gives their employees the tools, they need to be successful and is essential in retaining good talent.
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