About 30 minutes after they finish your training session, your people will remember only 58% of the material you’ve covered, according to WR Hambrecht + Co.
Just 7 days later — one short week — they’ll remember only 35%.
In a world where there’s always another email coming in, another project starting up, and another dozen distractions just around the corner, employees at most organizations simply have too many interests competing for their attention. Which means training professionals need to find new ways to share information — not just to break through the clutter, but to be ready anytime, anywhere an employee may need training materials.
Sound like a superhuman expectation? It doesn’t have to be.
The challenges faced by today’s Learning & Development departments don’t require trainers to change the ways they teach — just how they share.
A corporate video library (sometimes called a video content management system, VCMS, or “internal YouTube”) can help you give your employees anytime access to job-specific training, leveraging the power of video to provide learning materials that are more compelling than a handbook, and more cost-effective than on-location events and seminars.
It’s a great way to ensure your employees always know what they need to — even the information they may have forgotten the first time they heard it.
A comprehensive training video library gives your organization an on-demand resource, ready to help teach employees what they need to know, when they need to know it.
Better still, video training can be a great way to both scale your team and reduce costs. Don’t believe it? Just look to IBM — in the two years after transitioning just half of its training to eLearning, the company saved the company at total of $579M over a two year period.
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