The New Essentials Of Employee Training: Cultivating Engagement & Enjoyment

by SAP Litmos

Are you familiar with the new employee training essentials? This eBook outlines the top 5 ways to increase employee engagement and how to get learners to enjoy the experience of learning. It also highlights what modern learners want from soft skill training to leadership development and more.

Key Chapters

  1. The Top 5 Ways To Increase Engagement

    Learner engagement is a term that’s used to measure the level of a learner’s participation in a course, learning path, or training program. Words like ‘active,’ ‘interested,’ ‘motivated,’ and ‘eager’ can be used synonymously to describe an engaged learner.

  2. What Learners Want: Soft Skills Training

    Workers are understandably nervous about automation taking over their jobs. As artificial intelligence (AI) improves, it’s taking over many jobs — from customer service to warehouse work — formerly done by humans.

  3. What Learners Want: Leadership Training

    Great leaders are among the most valuable assets for any company. They innovate; they inspire; they drive optimal performance and fortify loyalty.

  4. What Learners Want: Continuous Learning

    The nature of workplace learning has been changing for some time. For years, learning was a destination, both literally and figuratively. Recently, workers have been expected to stop work and log on to online learning for training.

  5. LMS Features To Drive Deeper Engagement

    Luckily, one of the best ways to keep employees engaged is training. You can use your learning program and the features in your LMS to boost your team’s engagement and increase their enjoyment of continuous learning.

While it can be difficult to universally define learner engagement—the definitions will vary company to company—you can be encouraged that there are proven ways to improve it.

If you want your organization to grow and reach its goals, you should invest in the right employee training strategy. However, with the rise of technology and the need for further engagement, how do you ensure your employee training game is bound to succeed? Worry not—you'll find all these answers and more in this great eBook!

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Christopher Pappas
Founder of eLearning Industry Inc.