Would you bother delivering a learning experience to employees if you knew it would have absolutely no impact? We can bet your answer to that question is no!
But how many of us in L&D are actually taking the time to ensure our initiatives will deliver impact before rolling them out?
01:29 Why you should care about impactful learning!
06:58 Effectively understanding learning needs
10:14 Getting learners to ‘lean in’
12:27 How you can create memorable experiences
17:01 How much time does it take to get it right?
19:27 Following up to drive more impact
22:56 Taking an iterative approach to get it right
25:20 Measuring the ROI of ‘human’ skills
28:48 What can you do to support the before and after of learning experiences?
33:19 Quickfire Round
How can we create truly memorable learning experiences?
Emma highlights the importance of making sure your learning experiences kick off with a great first impression – whether learners are joining virtually or walking into a classroom, the first things they see and experience will have a huge impact on how they feel about the session.
In a virtual setting, prioritise creating space to enable the learning – making sure people can connect, laugh, listen and have some fun! You can even send personalised envelopes or packs in the post to guide a virtual session, or secret emails for certain breakout groups. These special kind of activities help people to feel like they are really part of that learning tribe, and will be so much more memorable than run of the mill sessions.
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