LearningNow – 25 tips for delivering Performance Support
L&D leaders came together to share ideas on how they are using technologies to build performance support.
In the 2013-14 Towards Maturity Benchmark study we saw that 94% of L&D leaders are looking to speed up the application of learning in the workplace but only 19% were acheiving it. In the third of the series we explored this issue by considering the importance of performance support and how it can be integrated into workplace learning to improve the impact of training programmes.
This LEO and Towards Maturity resource summarises information from our guest speakers and the contributions of attendees in the interactive discussion sessions.
As a result of crowdsourcing on the day, we are able to provide hints and tips for:
- Letting go of control to enable collaboration (thanks to the wonderful Jane Hart!)
- L&D professionals as they develop themselves to enable sharing and collaboration
- Designing performance support (including a handy template)
The NEW white paper from this event highlights some of the practical solutions discussed so if you missed the event, then do download this free resource below!
Other LearningNow Resources include:
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