Through sharing how to use a rapid framework for microlearning, this session will give you the critical information, tools, and skills you need to build effective learning reinforcement content.
As learning professionals, we know the largest amount of learning occurs after the class and at the point of need. Learning that sticks does not occur after one, two or even several training events. Organizations can continue to bring their sales team in for a “day of training” but be aware – while this looks good on paper, without learning reinforcement, lessons learned will fall short of solving the overall problem of creating learning that supports the business need.
According to a Bersin by Deloitte report, the typical employee devotes only about 1% of his time to professional development. This is the small space of time we, as learning professionals, must work with…and this is where microlearning has your back to support your training reinforcement initiatives.
Using microlearning as performance support to scaffold learning after a training event takes place, helps with critical feedback loops and learning reinforcement. Meaning, your sales training will stick longer and produce more measurable results with less loss of productive time due to salespeople being not being in the field.
Microlearning can help you take training that is stuck in the past and disrupt the training process...in a good way.