Knowledge is power. Education is the great equalizer. Reading is fundamental.
Throughout the course of your life, you’ve undoubtedly encountered countless people who have made the case for learning. Perhaps they’ve told you how learning opens up your mind to the world around you, or explained how it allows you to develop important skills. Maybe they’ve shown you how learning lends meaning to our existence and makes us wiser, kinder, more empathetic human beings.
Yeah, yeah. Sure, sure. That’s all well and good. But this week’s statistic cuts to chase: better learning = more money.
The link between learning technology and KPIs shouldn’t come as surprise, and yet scores of businesses still neglect their workplace training and education programs. The good news is that updating your approach is easier and less expensive than continuing to use those old DVDs (or, dare I say it, VHS tapes).
If you feel like your organization is suffering due to ineffective, outdated learning, sign up for our webinar next week. Over the course of an hour, our panel of experts will discuss how to develop an online training approach that ensures every kind of learner retains important information about ethics, compliance, and corporate culture.
The takeaway? Unless you’re at a Safeway or a farmers’ market, avoid selling lemons—and then make sure you’ve handled your other legal responsibilities. Here at Compli, we may not be able to inspect your inventory, but we can help you identify your areas of risk and reduce the chances of a lawsuit. Learn more.