To seek perfection is to be a prisoner of your own judgment, as the saying goes.
In a time and age when learning itself is changing at lightning speed, is there even a perfect way of doing things anymore? Does perfect in fact exist, when nothing is static and new routes are constantly explored? We think not. For many, the big worry is how their offering, service or product will be received. What if you open a door and there’s a brick wall behind it? Well, so what? You can always try the next one. And the more doors you open, the better view you get of the world around you.
Try, cry and try again
In our opinion, "trial and error" is the only fundamental method worth applying when creating courses and sharing important knowledge internally and externally. Especially when you want to tailor learning that truly engages and sticks. Also, early “failure” will certainly do you some good, as you get a better understanding of the actual learner demand and how people respond.
The pace with which learning needs arise, change and develop, organizations must be quick on their feet. Whether it is the Sales Director needing to quickly get their sales team up and running, the HR Manager in a big organization who needs to create onboarding journeys for hundreds of people or the L&D Manager in charge of leadership trainings. There is no time to be slow in a time where everyone has so many choices of who to buy from, who to work for and with.
Read the Room
That is one thing about live in classroom training that is very beneficial in this aspect. As a trainer you are able to "read the room" and you see what works and what doesn't and you adapt along the learning experience. If we can manage to do this as well when creating partially and fully digital experiences - we are on a good route to engagement.
The Universe knows we are far from perfect ourselves, but the point is we don’t want to be.
Learnifier is a digital platform developed in response to a fast growing demand from companies to be able to quickly and easily digitize knowledge and be able to train employees, partners, customers and other important groups of people.