Talking about learners, we all see a shift taking place in terms of their composition – a significant portion of the learner population now consists of millennials and we are pretty sure organisations across the world are taking note of this development and how this impacts their existing learning strategy.
Millennials are different. Their upbringing, thoughts, preferences, lifestyle and traits are a lot different than others. Given that this generation will make up the majority of the global organisational workforce the world over very soon, L&D teams need to shift their focus on designing learning experiences that suit and appeal to learners of this ilk.
Through this eBook, we share several important pointers on millennials – their traits, what interests them, what puts them off, what their learning styles and preferences. More significantly, we outline how you can help them enjoy their learning and apply that learning on the job.
Get answers to questions on who millennials are and why they are important to organizations and L&D teams in particular.
- Millennial-specific aspects that impact the learning strategy that should be adopted
Get insights on their characteristics, learning styles, why traditional eLearning is not enough to engage them, and why you need a different learning strategy for them.
- Tips, strategies and examples of millennial-centric courses
Get a comprehensive view of how you can engage millennial learners through 5 examples featuring Gamification, Personalization, Microlearning, and Social Learning.