Learning styles in the workplace: How to build inclusive training programs

When it comes to learning styles in the workplace, it’s not one size fits all.

You may have noticed it already in the way your employees interact with your training program: different people learn differently. Some will lose interest during long lectures, while others will shine with their interesting remarks and questions. Some will always score poorly at written tests but do great in practical simulations. And others will have no problem grasping theoretical concepts — but will struggle with practical applications.

The common thing between all these different types of learners? They all want to learn — and they deserve to learn in such a way that leverages their strengths and helps them make progress.

To accommodate different learning styles at work, you need first to know how your employees learn.

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