Informal Learning For Beginners: Are You Ready To Engage Your Telecommuting Teams?

by eLearning Industry

Informal learning is powerful, personalized, and often impromptu. So, how do you incorporate it into your L&D program to boost engagement and employee motivation? Our informal learning eBook has all the insider info you need to launch a successful strategy, regardless of your staff size or budget. You'll discover the key differences between formal and informal training experiences, as well as the truths behind popular myths. Download your copy today to get your telecommuting teams actively involved and bridge crucial performance gaps.

Key Chapters

  1. What Is Informal Learning: 6 Key Characteristics

    What makes an informal learning experience truly profound? Let's look at some of the quintessential traits of informal training.

  2. Key Differences Between Formal And Informal Learning

    How do you distinguish informal from formal learning? This chapter dives into the crucial differences between these popular L&D approaches.

  3. What Are Some Informal Training Examples For Remote Work Teams?

    How do you incorporate informal training into your strategy? Her are some top examples of informal learning in the real world.

  4. What Are The Benefits Of Informal Training Experiences?

    What are the perks of informal online training? From cost cutting to collaboration, let's explore the most notable benefits.

  5. 6 Questions To Determine If Informal Online Training Is The Right Approach

    Should you implement informal learning for your remote workforce? These questions can help you decide.

  6. Debunking 6 Popular Informal Learning Myths

    It's time to separate fact from fiction and debunk some of the most common informal training misconceptions.

  7. Bonus: 10 Informal L&D Activities To Consider For Your SMB

    Which informal training resources should you add to your online course? This section features 10 top activities to include.

Is informal learning the right approach for your remote work teams? Some of the most powerful training experiences are unplanned. Every day is a new opportunity to broaden our horizons and learn from mistakes. So, how do you duplicate these authentic life lessons and real-world experiences in your L&D program? Informal learning helps you engage employees and create more meaningful online training content.

Informal learning allows for remote collaboration and breaks down the communication barriers among your telecommuting teams. Employees gain real world experience and learn from mistakes. This guide tells you everything you need to know to launch an informal learning strategy to enrich your online training program.

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Christopher Pappas
Founder of eLearning Industry Inc.