How to efficiently organize training
Even though everyone understands the importance of corporate training, it is a much more interesting question how to conduct it. Many companies offer training on every trendy topic: design thinking, leadership, working with objections, machine learning, agile. However, we all know the benefit of such training teaching the basics of business writing and making presentations. Employees are bored, there is no motivation to explore the newfangled tools, let alone apply them in practice. Also, back in the 19th century, German psychologist Hermann Ebbinghaus deduced the “forgetting curve”, according to which a person forgets 75% of the information after just 6 days if he is unable to apply it in practice. Hence the rather disappointing statistics – only 12% of employees apply the knowledge gained at training in their work , and only 25% believe that training increases their productivity .
Ideally, each person should be trained individually, depending on their capabilities, job needs, and personal goals. And today there are ways to customize the learning process efficiently enough for each employee and the company as a whole to achieve the described benefits.