The days of conventional e-learning are long gone. Employees now expect new formats that can teach them relevant material while also motivating them to learn.
FREMONT, CA: Corporate preparation has become a critical component of several businesses' performance in recent years. Quality training is critical to results at all levels of the company, according to HR and L&D departments.
Seventy-nine percent of CEOs around the world are concerned about a lack of core skills in their workforces and how this can impact their companies' growth. In order to address this problem, several businesses are planning to invest heavily in e-learning in 2021.
Let us look at some trends in corporate training:
Innovative E-learning Formats
The days of conventional e-learning are long gone. Employees now expect new formats that can teach them relevant material while also motivating them to learn. Game-based learning and, specifically, corporate training by video games are among the most common solutions, with a 44 percent growth forecast in 2020, the highest of all training solutions. Furthermore, in the United States, 80 percent of workers believe that game-based learning is the best format for creating interaction, and businesses have taken advantage of this allure to produce never-before-seen training outcomes.
Why concentrate on training only once or twice a year if it makes employees perform better? Continuous training ensures that the teams have the tools and expertise they need throughout the year, allowing employees to get the most out of their time and money. One of the most commonly used opportunities by HR departments this year will be learning paths that concentrate on different training areas to sharpen skills.
Learning Becoming Personalized and Quantified
Talent acquisition managers recognize the need to personalize employee experiences through their online training programs as their workforces become more varied and diverse. Metrics play an important role in this because they allow managers to take a step back to see what is and isn't working. In reality, by 2020, HR managers across the board will be able to accurately measure the ROI of training, particularly as they transition from in-person to online training.
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