3 Tips for training Millennials

With Gen-X and Baby Boomers advancing through the company ranks, there can be generational barriers which hinder communications between older and younger workers. This can be a particular problem when it comes to training Millennials as what worked with older generations (and, more importantly, the associated expectations) can differ considerably with the younger workers. It’s an issue that’s of even bigger significance with the newer Generation-Z workers (those born just before the turn of the Millennium) who are starting to enter the workforce.

A major problem is that eLearning training courseware hasn’t changed much since the turn of the Millennium – SCORM-based eLearning content might be older than some of your employees and it won’t have changed much in that time. It’s never been particularly effective either as historically-low, course-completion rates demonstrate. Consequently, it’s important to use training technology and materials that younger workers can best relate to. With that in mind, here are three tips for training Millennials

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