Lectures that lack any proper engagement or interaction will likely prevent your employees from getting much out of your training programs. It can also impact their enthusiasm for newer training programs.
To improve your training ROI, it’s essential to keep your employees interested throughout the training program. Here’s how you can engage learners in your workplace:
Keep your learning programs as flexible as possible. Provide your learners with the flexibility to decide where, how, and when they access the training.
Develop resources that break down complex topics in just a couple of paragraphs. Try offering different resource types, like podcasts, videos, etc.
Create forums and groups that enable learners to interact and collaborate with their fellow learners. This helps them exchange different perspectives.
Avoid just providing a text-based learning experience and instead conduct different activities that empower learners to apply what they’ve learned in their work.
Provide feedback to your learners regularly to help them get the most out of training, and ask for their feedback so you can improve your training programs.
Read more about engaging learners in your workplace in HR Knowledge Hive.