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New White Paper Reveals How Experiential Learning Can Drive Change

Paris, France Learning NewsStratX

While many employers implement traditional learning development programs to train their teams, StratX makes it clear that utilizing an experiential learning approach can provide impactful results and leads to lasting on-the-job change.

The white paper “Experiential Learning for Impact: A User’s Guide” provides insights into:

  • What are the benefits of using experiential learning?
  • Where is experiential learning applied?
  • Case studies where experiential learning proved successful 
  • How experiential learning can be measured

The head of the Leadership Program from Safran, Maria Banu, advocates utilizing the experiential learning approach.

"[Experiential learning] programs create a collective momentum and eliminate any potential stress or anxiety. Another benefit is long-term knowledge retention. Concepts that are learned via other methods can fade quickly from memory. But, with the simulations, participants retain more than 75% of the program content because they have 'experienced’ it in an extremely realistic way. Several years later, they still remember what they learned from these simulations." She said.

A free copy of the white paper is available to download: “Experiential Learning For Impact: A User’s Guide”