5 Ways to Engage Non-Technical Employees with Your E-Learning Program


Implementing a new e-Learning program in your company can be tricky. You not only have to manage the time and resources for appropriate staff training, but you also need to ensure that everybody gets familiar with it too. Your workers might complain about having to take time away from their work schedule in order to learn a new tool. In particular, your non-technical staff might be simply not motivated to focus on e-Learning and might even feel irritated if they have problems using it. That’s why you should plan in advance for a smooth shift and implementation process.

Here are few smart ways to motivate your non-technical employees adapt to your Learning Management System (LMS):

1. Incentivize the use of the e-Learning tool


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