To say something “has a buzz” conjures an image of energy and excitement. To “buzz” someone is to get their attention. When we “get a buzz” – whether from our morning coffee or our evening happy hour – we know the feeling hangs around a bit. Aren’t these all the same feelings we want from the workplace – and want our employees to feel?
Our goal as learning professionals has always been to inspire and motivate people, empowering them into effective action. Yet, how much of our effort actually extends beyond course design, faculty preparation and materials production? Creating a holistic message to support the learning – including building excitement and creating context – can add just as much value to the programme design as the training design itself.
Now, as 86% of CEOs believe that they must “reinvent their ability to learn” and 94% of people say learning makes them “happy” at work, it is perhaps unsurprising that an ever-increasing number of organisations are realising the value of learning, and the impact it can have upon the entirety of the business. In other words, there has never been a better platform from which to create the buzz.
Read the article to find out about the clear steps to consider when creating a buzz with learning in 2020.
About Hemsley Fraser
Hemsley Fraser create, deliver and execute learning experiences to drive higher levels of engagement. From their roots as a UK training company, they’ve been empowering talent for three decades, evolving the business into a global, award-winning provider. Experts in their field, today they’re transforming how businesses learn and engage.
Providing blended, virtual and on-demand learning experiences, training courses and managed learning services.
They've also been a top 20 leadership company for 10 consecutive years, as well as being recognised as a top 20 outsourcing and top 20 online learning library company.