You really wanna teach somebody? Grab ‘em by the heart.
There’s nothing more important to the success and growth of an organization than a well-trained, reliable, and efficient workforce. Only problem is – they don’t show up that way. Every company from large to small needs to train their employees.
And – you may have noticed – those fresh new faces are getting younger and younger. Love ‘em or hate ‘em, but hire ‘em and you’ll quickly learn Millenials and Gen Z have vastly different habits, expectations and learning styles than their predecessors. Read: lower attention spans. Couple that with a higher demand for quality in the content they consume – and you’ve got a real problem on your hands.
Because the status quo of onboarding, training and educational curriculums is a parade of boring, ham-fisted self-parodies. We’ve all seen them – they’re the opposite of engaging; they’re embarrassing – not only do they fail to accomplish their key educational objective, they’re a cringe-worthy first impression no serious business should self-inflict.
So how do you craft an employee training program such that it a) lodges itself right into the cerebrum of its key audience, b) makes an exceptionally positive first impression on a new hire, and c) showcases the absolute best of your company’s history, culture, and business model?
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