Make The Pivot To Performance-Driven Learning And Development

Moving Away From Learning-Based L&D

Corporate eLearning isn’t truly effective unless employees can put their newfound knowledge into practice and go beyond theory. This eBook highlights why it’s so crucial to transition to performance-driven learning so that training initiatives align with real-world outcomes and business objectives. It also covers tips for carrying out a performance analysis and pinpointing areas for improvement.

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4 Steps To Making The Pivot To Performance-Driven L&D

This cheat sheet outlines steps to help you shift your strategy from learning-based L&D to performance-driven L&D.

Why Performance-Driven Learning Should Be Your Organization’s Aim

Successful businesses understand the importance of ongoing talent development. However, while some organizations focus on training performance, the real goal is to build practical experience and equip employees with the skills they need to get the job done. For example, a member of your team might earn a customer service certification, but can they actually apply what they’ve learned to improve CX scores? Does your training program instill the self-confidence they require to tackle challenges? The primary objective shouldn’t merely be to complete courses and pass assessments. Performance-driven learning centers on giving employees the support and training tools they need to achieve their potential based on their roles and responsibilities.

About This eBook

How do you launch a strategy that centers on workplace performance and skill development? Here’s a sneak peek of what you’ll find in this guide by 360Learning:

  • How To Identify Problems In Your Organization: Common issues to look out for and questions every organization should ask.
  • Why Understanding What’s Expected Of Those Responsible For The Work Is Critical: Things to consider when conducting a performance analysis.
  • How To Win Over Subject-Matter Experts With Evidence: Demonstrating the impact of problems on employee performance.
  • Why Employee Performance Is The Only Metric That Matters: The true indicator of L&D effectiveness.

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Download 4 Steps To Making The Pivot To Performance-Driven L&D today to disclose gaps and shift your organization’s Learning and Development mindset.

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