Webinar: 10 Insights for Engaging with Learners

by | Feb 16, 2016 | Articles

Join Towards Maturity and Filtered for this webinar to learn what technology choices today’s learners are making.

What better way to understand how to engage with learners, than to learn from learners?

At the end of 2015, Filtered and Towards Maturity ran a global study to understand what motivates learners to learn and why they invest externally. What is important to them? What impact does this have on internal L&D provision? What can we learn to influence the change in learning culture towards more self-directed learning that we seek?

These brand new insights will help L&D leaders understand:

1. How to change learning culture
2. How to support self-directed learning
3. What skills are needed by L&D to make this happen

This webinar will tell you:

  • What technology choices learners are making
  • When they prefer to learn
  • About their willingness to curate and share knowledge
  • Who influences their learning choices and what support they need

So if you are talking about mobile, social, 70:20:10, learning design, games, rewards, recognition, certification or accreditation – the insights are here.

View the webinar recording

This webinar took place on 1 March, 2016.

About the Report

In this new Towards Maturity In-Focus report, we draw on insights from 2,084 individuals who have invested their own time and resources in online learning. They could be your workers, or your potential workers of the future…so we investigated how they learn what they need to do their job.

We compared these perspectives with those of over 600 L&D leaders around the globe. When it comes to supporting a great learning experience, what can these individuals teach us?

The full report highlights areas where L&D professionals are potentially out of sync with how workers learn. Throughout the report, we identify a series of questions for L&D teams to consider, in order to help them improve the way they support staff at work.

Download the full report and a summary version below.

Acknowledgements

This In-Focus report is free to download, thanks to the support of Filtered.

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