Creating a Personalized Learning Environment

Most people are accustomed to getting things just the way they like them. From ordering a burger – hold the onions – to queuing up a list of saved TV shows on their DVR, preferences essentially predict the outcome for choice after choice each day. And then, something happens with training: All learners are forced to experience the exact same module, regardless of their preferences. The lack of individualization creates an immediate disconnect between learner and material. Personalized learning in the workplace starts with creating an optimal personalized learning environment. Below, we tell you just how this is designed.

Striking a Balance between Individual and Company Growth

The goal here is that the employee benefits career-wise from the knowledge and the company benefits financially from having a knowledgeable salesperson or employee.

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