Learning by teams: How to customize your training for every employee

Certain training programs may apply to everyone in a company, like HR procedures or emergency drills. However, just as the job duties of the marketer differ from that of an operations manager, your training and development initiatives should reflect the needs of each specific role as well.

Gallup’s State of the Global Workplace report shows that 85 percent of employees are not engaged in their job. Irrelevant, one-size-fits-all learning programs lend to this lack of engagement and are a surefire way to bore employees and waste everyone’s time and resources.

When done correctly, learning can work to your advantage. According to a Udemy report, 42 percent of employees believe that feeling empowered to learn new skills would make them more engaged in their work. What’s more, customized learning programs can help to retain talent. Millennials would stay in their current position if there were career training and development opportunities.

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