The consumer learner at work
Research that sheds light on what motivates learners to invest in online learning.
From discussing successful learning frameworks to learners needs and self-directed development, this report explores the topic of consumer learning within the workplace.
By understanding attitudes and behaviors of active consumers of L&D and investing time and money into future development, we are able to understand how to create a better experience for learners in the future.
In this report, we seek to:
- Understand consumer learners needs for L&D and underpin what is currently available for development
- Use examples from top-performing organizations in order to highlight what changes can be made to ensure positive evolution
- Provide a further insight into potential workforce learners, learning habits and behaviors; creating better experiences for consumer learners
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