Tag Archives: Microlearning

Onboarding in the New Normal: Creating a Simulating Onboarding Process

The experience of welcoming an employee is easy when you are there to receive him or her personally. In such a scenario, their queries and concerns can be addressed in real-time enabling a more personal experience. However, a new herculean task of hiring new talent and onboarding them has suddenly cropped up, especially when his or her first day is conducted remotely and both, employee and HR don’t have the luxury to go and meet each other in person. Continue reading

Bite-sized Learning: Revolutionizing Enterprise Training

On a scale of 1-10, how attentive are you? To answer this question, try to think of 5 things on your phone, that were able to hold your attention for more than 5 minutes in the last 24 hours.

Now, the guess is only a handful may have been able to come up with all 5 things, but most of us would still be in quite a fix, trying to recollect, what managed to hold our attention. You see, the challenge that most learners face today is an extremely short attention span. According to statistics worldwide, the average attention span of a learner ranges between 8-12 seconds, which quite honestly is a very limited window to make an impression. Continue reading

How Corporates Can Measure The Deep Impact of Their Employee Training Program

Needs analysis and the training based on these needs are at the core of any organization’s learning and development strategies. While so much goes into understanding the need of the hour for the employee and development of the training content, unfortunately, the same cannot be said when it comes to understanding the impact of the employee training program.

As per daily employee tracking data in the U.S by Gallup, less than one-third of the employees feel that they are involved in and committed to their jobs and workplaces. Thus arises the need for better engagement and training programs. Continue reading