How To Drive Continuous Learning Outside The Formal Training Environment

by EI Design

My eBook, How to Drive Continuous Learning Outside the Formal Training Environment, offers insights on how you can create a connected learning solution that supports Formal Training with Informal Learning opportunities.

Key Chapters

  1. Why Should Leaders and L&D Teams Care About Informal Learning

    As corporate training departments are scrambling to deal with the implications of a remote working environment, the importance of Informal Learning is again at the forefront. This section explains why Leaders and L&D teams should invest in Informal Learning for a remote learning environment.

  2. How to Encourage Informal Learning in a Remote Working Environment

    This section shares strategies that will help you adopt and drive Informal Learning in today’s remote working environment.

  3. How to Leverage On-demand Learning to Step Up the Application of Learning on the Job

    On-demand learning applies outside the traditional structure of training courses and live classes. It consists of information and contextual objects that employees find, consume, and apply in the flow of work. This section outlines how you can leverage on-demand learning to improve learning in the flow of work and step up the application of learning on the job.

  4. How to Leverage Social Learning to Support Remote Learning Programs

    With smaller L&D teams under pressure to support larger groups of learners, Social Learning has emerged as a way to empower learners on a continuous learning journey. In this section, we will show you how you can leverage Social Learning for your remote learning programs.

  5. How to Drive Just-in-time Learning with Performance Support Tools

    Just-in-time learning should be available in the employee’s natural workflow, creating an accessible and seamless connection between job performance and learning. This section illustrates how performance support tools can help you drive just-in-time learning – particularly for your remote workforce.

  6. How to Build Employee Learning Habits and Drive Continuous Learning

    Studies show that a culture of continuous learning in the workplace creates huge advantages for organizations. They seek employees who know how to learn, ask important questions, and understand how to find answers to those questions. This section explains how you can leverage Microlearning to modify learning habits and drive continuous learning in the workplace.

In my eBook, I highlight the value of Informal Learning and when leveraged right, how it can help address remote learners’ expectations – including learning in the flow of work and resources that are on demand and easily accessible.

Some of the most powerful learning experiences happen outside the confines of your formal learning program. This guide can help you leverage informal training to fuel continuous growth and lifelong learning.

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Christopher Pappas
Founder of eLearning Industry, Inc.