Statistics show that arming your employees with the right information at the right time can increase performance by as much as 50%, (IBM – The Value of Training, 2014).
A dramatic jump in performance like this could potentially make each employee up to 26% more profitable for your business, (ELearning! Magazine, 2013).
We’ll show you how to create and distribute knowledge throughout your company so that you can unleash the true revenue-generating potential of every employee.
Full disclosure: We’re an eLearning company. We help businesses drive revenue through better employee performance. But we aren’t here to talk about our solutions right now. We want to show you what you can do today to educate your workforce with the clarity and consistency that is essential for growth.
48% of employees say they want training and development that is customized by job function, (InterCall, 2015). Instructor-led training workshops tailored to each segment of your workforce can provide the kind of relevant, hands-on experience employees crave. But, if you aren’t filling the gaps between your training events with a frequent stream of supplemental content or concept application, knowledge retention - and productivity - will suffer.
By making it easy for your employees to access job-specific training and development courses, you can help your workforce maintain a consistently higher level of productivity. In fact, nearly half of employees surveyed also said they’d like to be able to review content after training, (InterCall, 2015). So, what does an effective staff training course look like? We’ve compiled a checklist to help you evaluate and improve your existing employee development material, or for your HR department to use as a guide for creating more effective training courses.
Hey, we never said it was going to be easy to create your own employee training, distribute it throughout your organization, track performance results, and continually improve your courses to optimize ROI. So why should you allocate time for all of this, or, for that matter, outsource the services to a reputable 3rd party?
Consider this: 42% of leading learning companies say eLearning has led to an increase in revenue, (The Ambient Insight 2012-2017 Worldwide Mobile Learning Market - Executive Report). If your company is not in this group, or if you aren’t seeing the increase in revenue you expected, it could be time to make a change.
In the meantime, we hope you can use this checklist to start delivering better employee training and development right now. And if you have questions about anything we covered here, don’t hesitate to ask! There’s never any risk or obligation for reaching out to us.