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CLARITY Wednesday: Employee Training in Focus

Employees want easily searchable content, to consume it quickly — and in a format they choose, regardless of location or device. This is the type of user experience they have been used to on their smart phones outside the workplace. They now expect the same or similar in the workplace. 

3 Employee Training Facts Worth Considering: 

  • In many organizations, their transformation strategy includes changing how they support their staff in day-to-day learning and across their careers. Most are leveraging new technologies and new ways of thinking about learning, wherever it is practical to do so. 
  • While a host of companies prioritize technology and internal processes in their digitization journey — to great success — many are finding it difficult to achieve the same results for their workforce. 
  • Benjamin Franklin once said, “an investment in knowledge pays the best interest”, and it seems that Mr. Franklin got it spot on. Training isn't something that's 'nice' to have in your organization. It's an absolutely vital part of a company's long-term investment and growth strategy. 

Assess the Value of Employee Training to Your Organization

Media-rich repositories which promote self-directed learning are becoming the new type of digital learning solution that companies are utilizing. 

What value do you place on utilizing web and browser-based training initiatives to ensure that your employee competence and capabilities are continuously and strategically improved? 

Determine Your Organization's Related Pain & Frustration

What is your organization's level of pain as it relates to Employee Training? 

In order to fully assess your level of pain (and frustration!) it’s helpful to know where you want to be. So…what does good look like?

A low pain example of Employee Training would be: Technology-based employee training is a high priority for my organization. We have adequate budget allocation and allow sufficient time for our employees to engage in training opportunities. We have performance evaluations in place to reveal knowledge shortcomings. 

The CLARITY Assessment™ 

In the CLARITY Assessment™ we focus on 7 key company objectives. Above, we touched Employee Training, which is one of 5 categories related to the broader objective of Learning & Development:  

Customer Relations
L
earning & Development

  • Recruiting & Retention 
  • Employee Productivity 
  • Data-Driven Decision Making 
  • Single Source of Truth 
  • Employee Training 

Agile Operations
R
isk Management
I
nformation Technology
T
echnological Innovation
Yield (Financial)

Almost every company worldwide is in some stage of their own digital transformation journey. You’re invited to take the CLARITY Assessment™, with the goal of helping to define your own company priorities in your digital transformation journey. Click here to experience it now.

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