In today’s world of learning and consuming information, employees have more options than ever, are savvy, and adapt quickly to new ways of consuming media.
TikTok, for example, smashed growth and engagement records for new social media platforms, YouTube continues to grow in both viewership and revenue, and new niche platforms are finding success.
Companies can (and should) take advantage of this evolving way of learning, training, and gaining new skills. Connecting employees, partners, suppliers and customers with the knowledge they need AND in the way they want it, is critical to enabling success and business growth.
Consumers and learners equally have short attention spans and treat learning much the same way they do in consuming media. In-fact, according to Bersin by Deloitte, the modern learner gives content no more than 5-10 seconds to grab their attention (doom-scrolling has entered the chat).
Join Mark Probert, VP of and Jeff Fissel, VP of Learning Solutions for an interactive webinar to learn how can organisations can use modern workplace learning approaches to develop employee skills and competencies whilst educating their partners.
During this session, you'll learn:
The benefits of using modern learning approaches to business success
Proven tips and real-world examples of how to use modern learning strategies to reach, engage, and keep the modern consumerised learner
How companies can go beyond the traditional e-learning experience and use multi-media, multi channel learning approaches
Bridge is an integrated talent management platform that combines learning management, performance management, career development, and engagement measurement into one platform. Bridge enables companies to develop their people with live, virtual, on-demand and experience based training, manager/employees 1:1s, and career development plans. Used by more than 1,000 companies worldwide, Bridge helps organisations achieve their strategic people development goals by facilitating connection, alignment, and growth across the entire organisation.