Four ways to use microlearning for staff training

Staff training is an essential and yet thankless task. The better equipped your workers are to do their jobs, the more profitable your business will be. However, face-to-face training is a logistical nightmare, especially for disparately-located teams that can be spread across stores, cities, regions, nations and continents. Traditional eLearning is not a great help as courses are typically long, uninspiring and ineffective. There’s also the question of onboarding whereby getting a new staff member up and running (once you’ve made them the initial job offer) is a process that can become derailed before impacting on other workers. Then there are the generational boundaries, training that works for Gen-Y and Gen-Z may not work for Boomers. On top of all this, adults generally don’t react well to being ‘forced’ to learn new things for work. If any of this resonates, you need microlearning for staff training.

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