Motivated and enthusiastic trainees stimulate both their own and their colleagues’ development. It’s true of online training and live training; people talk about it during work and discuss each other’s progress.
Individualized learning faces a common problem: how to maximize the level of motivation needed to complete programs successfully.
Not everybody starts training right away after the online program kicks off. That’s OK, since learning whenever it suits you is actually one of the advantages of online training. But what if your employees don’t start training at all?
Create amazing microlearning within your existing web experiences and entice your training-resistant personnel into a culture of learning experiences that feel more like support and less like punishment.
As teacher and researcher at Stanford University, BJ Fogg mainly focuses on the ways behavior can be influenced. Fogg argues that someone will act when there is motivation, ability and a trigger.