Engaging and motivating each learner

Following our last article on the need for training to create value, we would now like to present another of the seven key principles that need to be implemented in order to optimize your training performance.

Learner motivation in corporate training is a tricky subject, especially where digital training is concerned. If the latter is not carried out properly, learners can be confused by the absence of a face-to-face trainer to stimulate them; they might be unaware of the potential benefits of the training; or they might get bored, feel that they’re wasting their time, be scared away by difficulties, etc.

This can result in very low participation and completion rates, which means that companies fail to get a return on their investment and, even more importantly, fail to meet the objectives that training is supposed to help them to achieve.  

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