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Jo Geraghty

Director

Promoting digital learning

Date added: 24th Jul 2017
Category: Employee Engagement

With digital learning tools to hand, organisations are better able to succession plan, providing employees now with the skills which they will need in future roles.

You’ll do what I say without explanation… You don’t need to learn that task unless you’re actually doing the job… You’ve been in that role for six months, it’s about time we gave you some training in it…

Thankfully practices such as these have largely disappeared from the workplace, but it’s not so long ago that attitudes like this were commonplace across business. Nowadays employers recognise the benefit of providing a more holistic view of the organisation alongside a training programme which will enable their employees to proactively deliver the strategy.

Blended learning is now the name of the game; making use of a variety of digital applications alongside on-the-job and classroom training in order to deliver flexible learning programs as and when they are required. The use of a variety of digital applications is particularly useful when looking to build a culture of innovation in which employees are expected to not only collaborate across teams but also gain a more holistic view of their place within the organisational strategy.

In addition, linking learning tools to self managed engagement programs enables employees to become active participants in their own development. With digital learning tools to hand, organisations are also better able to succession plan, providing employees now with the skills which they will need in future roles.

Culture Consultancy works with businesses to identify the optimum mix of digital learning and development tools to build a culture of continuing improvement.  To start your digital learning journey, get in touch and book an initial assessment today.

 

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