Better workplace learning is more in demand than ever. According to a survey conducted by LinkedIn, 94% of employees stated that they would commit to staying at a company longer if the company invested in their development. Complimenting this statistic is the fact that 90% of top management also believe that investing in their employees’ career development is a positive requirement for the growth of the company.
What next? Creating 'standardized' training programs for all your employees will present information in front of them but that does not guarantee transfer of knowledge and employee engagement that will translate into growth for the company. More importantly, your employees have varied roles, experience, knowledge, & abilities.
Designing your training program to be specific to each one of them will improve learning efficiency and increase ROI. Well-structured L&D programs build the desired knowledge and skills that will impact individual employee performance and increase job satisfaction, which often results in higher employee retention.