5 Examples of Positive Reinforcement in Elearning

One of the easiest ways to motivate your team and help them perform well in the workplace is by using different examples of positive reinforcement. In a nutshell, this means that the more you recognize and reward good behaviors, the more likely they are to be repeated. To help you support your team, we’ve listed five examples of positive reinforcement that you can implement in your elearning programs. 

1. Rewards and prizes

For most individuals, being rewarded for any achievement is a huge motivator. It’s also a great example of positive reinforcement in elearning as it shows learners that their efforts are valued, pushing them to consistently perform better. 

In many organizations and classrooms, reward systems are set up to encourage learners to complete training courses, hit their goals, and aim higher. These rewards and prizes can come in different forms, such as reward points, vouchers, cash prizes, certifications, additional paid leaves, and company merch. Ultimately, it’s up to you how you want to tailor your rewards for your team.

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