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The Value Of Inclusive & Engaging Learning

by Andrew Thomson on September 6, 2021

The majority of training programs are ineffective and the content is flawed says Steve Glaveski in his article for Harvard Business Review.

Employee learning programs must be inclusive and engaging to maximise a return on investment.

Well-designed learning programs and resources can greatly enhance the learning experience by stimulating interest, focusing concentration and presenting information in a different way.

Effective learning programs must be understood by all and pitched at the right level.

This image taken for a client as part of a tailored solution met business and employee needs. Each party had buy-in and a sense of ownership.

For this client the learning solution was deemed as industry best practice at a series of audits, they also received high praise from regulatory authorities. New business was also attained.

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