The “Terrible Toos”

We’ve all heard of . . . or . . . been exposed to the “terrible twos” when it comes to raising children, but have you heard about the “Terrible Toos” in workplace learning?

In 1992 Brandon Hall Group launched their first report on technology enabled learning and the changing direction of the learning industry. With the internet in its infancy and multi-media learning unheard of, learning within an organization was difficult.  Since then, tremendous change has taken place with respect to workplace training. As business and learning leaders have continued to seek relevant learning in a format that was accessible whenever and whereever needed, research has shown that learning communities have made much needed changes in the learning environment and have reaped strong dividends in employees’ improved performance. With both the internet and the learning industry making leaps and bounds in learning, why are so many organizations still using old approaches and old ideas to try and meet the learning needs of a new workforce?

Join Mike Cooke, CEO of Brandon Hall Group, and Dan Cooper, CEO of eJ4 as they share their unique business perspectives and industry research on learning efforts that exceed leadership expectations. This informative and thought provoking webinar: Eliminating the “Terrible Too’s” of Workplace Training will be held Tuesday, May 15 at 1 pm EST. Our webinar topics will include:

  • The Business Side of Learning: Executive level expectations from learning efforts
  • The Terrible Too’s:  often overlooked learning issues
  • Relevant learning that meets the needs of the modern adult workforce
  • A new look at video-based learning
  • Illustrative models, learning that exceeds leaders expectations

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