Every organization wants an efficient workforce to survive and grow in the marketplace. To a large extent, most organizations organize training programs and workshops to meet this goal. With the advancement in technology, such trainings can be provided through the eLearning medium. However, as we are aware, people resist change and this transition from traditional classroom training to online training is not accepted by most individuals. In such situations, how can you motivate employees to take up eLearning programs for their learning needs? What initiatives should organizations take up to promote eLearning among employees? Here is a webcast that will help you learn about useful ideas to sell eLearning in your organization.
So you are beginning to get ready with your eLearning initiative. And have managed to get the support of all critical groups - leadership, training, and IT... Congrats! That is no mean feat but garnering their support is just one aspect of getting buy-in for your eLearning initiative. Your biggest challenge would be in getting a buy-in from your employees for them to adopt, sustain and keep the eLearning effort going. So what does it take to overcome employee resistance to change and make employees willing and ready to take up eLearning? Motivating and equipping employees to participate in eLearning calls for some smart strategizing and a foolproof plan of action. Without an effective strategy to sell eLearning in your organization, your initiative might just fade away into oblivion after its initial launch or might never even take-off the ground.
View this recorded web-presentation to find answers for questions related to selling eLearning in your organization, including the following: