3 Ways to Improve Your Learner Experience

Approximately 69% of L&D professionals say that talent is the number one priority in their organizations. However, recent research by Deloitte Human Capital Trends shows that reinventing careers and learning was rated by executives as the #2 most important business issue.

Josh Bersin, founder and Principal of Bersin by Deloitte, draws the following observation from this issue:

“We are living longer, jobs are changing faster than ever, and automation is impinging on our work lives more every day. If we can't look things up, learn quickly, and find a way to develop new skills at work, most of us would prefer to change jobs, rather than stay in a company that doesn't let us reinvent ourselves over time.”

Learner experience – the experience of a person’s learning interactions – is more important than ever. Not focusing on providing a well-optimized learner experience could impact employee retention, which, in turn, can impact your organization’s overall success.

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