Performance-Based Learning is a useful approach to strengthen your employees’ corporate training program wherein personalized learning needs are added to the trainee’s curriculum. Here are the top 3 ways through which Performance-Based Learning can be used efficiently:
- Establish a Personalized Learning Experience
According to LinkedIn, more than 58% of employees prefer learning at their own pace. The best way to create employee-centric training is by gathering data on the learning styles of employees, their qualifications, and their progress. With the help of data-driven solutions, it will be easy to provide accurate training to the employees which in turn will result in a better performance.
- Create a User-Friendly Platform
If you are planning to establish a new training platform for your employees, you need to make sure that the employees can use the platform easily and at the same time, enjoy the learning process. Check how intuitive and helpful the user interface and user experience are. You need to make the transition as smooth as possible through maintaining constant communication with your employees and absorbing feedback.
- Make Learning Collaborative
When using a Performance Management System, engagement occurs automatically. The reason behind the engagement factor is a personalized, accessible, and easy way to solve work-related challenges. Still, to make an even bigger impact through learner engagement, the best way is to opt for a collaborative approach. This can be done through competitions, wherein the employees get involved as individuals or in teams. The process will be fun and interactive, and employees will love to get involved with a view to enhancing their growth.
Performance-Based Learning connects learning to performance data, motivates the employees, and helps them grow. Look into the possibilities today.
By Anubha Goel
About the author: Anubha Goel works for GCube which is among the fastest-growing learning-tech organizations in the Asia-Pacific region with 80+ awards in the last 6 years, and a noteworthy experience of 20+ years in said domain.