With the festive season getting busier each year it’s easy to view January as a time to step back from all things social, from engagements to media. But it’s also a time for resolutions and one that should be at the top of your list is engaging with social learning.
Building your learning tribe has many advantages – knowledge sharing is a sure-fire way to help best practices propagate throughout a business, regardless of its size. But it’s not always the easiest thing to get distributors’ engagement.
Because here’s where the problem lies. Products and offerings might be highly territorial; something that does well in Asia might not have the same level of success in South America. Cultures vary from country to country and city to city.
Another obstacle might be competitivity. Dealerships might be in open competition with each other, and might be reluctant to share their secrets. And with the sponsors of learning projects now most likely to come from marketing, sales or product management rather than HR, there’s also the challenge of adjusting to new attitudes and mindsets.
All of this can make social learning a daunting concept for learning leaders. But be brave - these challenges can be overcome. EdTech specialist and Country Manager, Christer Sandin, and Senior Business Developer, Calle Stahl, from Minerva both understand how building your company’s learning Tribe can encourage your workforce to engage with social learning and knowledge sharing. After all, social learning can be an effective way to roll out local adjustments whilst keeping the same global feel for the brand and company.
With over ten years of experience in helping organisations transform their L&D operations, Christer and Calle will be joining us for a webinar where you’ll learn how to:
- Work with and shape the current attitude towards knowledge sharing and social learning
- Start improving your company Tribe with social collaboration and learning
- Address business outcomes and align your L&D strategy accordingly
- Find the hidden opportunities for your company to increase sales by improving your customer training efforts
- Create more traction for everyone by expanding the market through knowledge sharing, rather than fighting over the little markets
The start of a new year is a great time to put new resolutions in place, and the start of a new decade doubly so. Social learning is going to be one of the key differentiators for successful, forward-looking businesses; this webinar will help you grasp the nettle and start building your Tribe.