Happy New Learning Year! 

If learning and development is on your agenda this year, we can help you ‘go digital’. Our e-Learning solutions offer an engaging approach to delivering L&D, and provide cost-effective digital opportunities for staff growth. 

Forward-thinking organisations are adopting this modern digital solution, and it’s a great platform to deliver in key areas such as management training, skills improvement and new systems or process training. It can also improve internal communication too – what’s not to love! 

So here are three ways a digital approach to learning can help: 

Induction and Onboarding

The whole process of employee induction and 

onboarding can be complimented with online activities to boost both personal development and team morale. Engagement can be quickly built with interactive and fun activities such as polls, quizzes, ‘drag and drop’ exercises, videos and audio. 

A New Process

We can provide a digital space to present a proposed change or new system. To help support employee engagement we can create a platform for people to interact and share their thoughts. This is ideal for those people who may feel overwhelmed in a more traditional face-to-face setting. 

Change Management

Implementing change in any organisation can be challenging, particularly across varied teams and locations. Scheduling multiple dates for face-to-face communication is time-consuming, and we all know that the company-wide email or announcement simply won’t reach everyone. 

Taking a virtual approach is a great way of fostering collaboration and engagement right from the start and better still, the message is accurate and consistent…every time! 

So a digital approach to learning can transform outdated approaches to training, and help to revive a stagnant learning culture.

Furthermore, it can rejuvenate internal communications and boost performance, as employees become fully engaged with the aims of the business. 

So if 2019 is the year you’d like your learning to ‘go digital’ then connect with us and see what we can do to help. We have a dedicated L&D Team who can bring your training needs to life. Let our passion for learning help develop yours! 

Sue Alty – The Creative Coordinator

Contact Sue

We think Sue must be a ‘Master of the Dark Arts’, as she has hidden depths! Running our office with meticulous planning and capability, Sue is an avid list writer with a keen eye for detail. But don’t be fooled by that organised demeanour, for Sue is as creative as she is efficient! A skilled communicator with a humorous edge, Sue is as passionate about people and their learning and development as she is about becoming the future Mrs Tom Hardy or Mrs Benedict Cumberbatch (either will do!).  An interesting career path has taken her from the glamour of working in luxury London hotels to the chilled Distribution Centres of supermarket retail, and whether managing small groups or large teams, people are at the heart of everything Sue does.