“People often say that motivation doesnt last. Well, neither does bathing -              thats why we recommend it daily.”...
Successful organisations are the ones which adaptwell to the changes in the environment, in otherwords, they are the “lear...
The most difficult part in introducing eLearningin an organisation is the employee acceptancefactor. Most employees, who a...
eLearning needs to be “sold” to the employees.                             Create a                             learning  ...
The right starting point would be to research the perceived barriers across the cross section ofemployees. There may be as...
A culture of learning must be nurtured in the organization and it should be clearlydemonstrated how eLearning benefit empl...
The cardinal principle is to present any eLearning activity as a means to a greater endand not as an end in itself. Often ...
As for as the mode of learning is concerned, individualpreferences vary. Some do well with a peergroup, others with self-s...
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Successful organisations are the ones which adapt well to the changes in the environment, in other words, they are the “learning organisation”.

The characteristic of a learning organization is reflected in the attitude of its employees towards change. Success of any transition initiative lies squarely in engaging the employees in learning activities.

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How to effectively engage employees in eLearning

  1. 1. “People often say that motivation doesnt last. Well, neither does bathing - thats why we recommend it daily.”- Zig Ziglar
  2. 2. Successful organisations are the ones which adaptwell to the changes in the environment, in otherwords, they are the “learning organisation”. T he characteristic of a learning organization isreflected in the attitude of its employees towards change.Success of any transition initiative lies squarely in engagingthe employees in learning activities.
  3. 3. The most difficult part in introducing eLearningin an organisation is the employee acceptancefactor. Most employees, who are habituated toone form of learning, resist moving to a newmethod of learning. So, how can you effectivelyintroduce eLearning to employees?
  4. 4. eLearning needs to be “sold” to the employees. Create a learning Culture Motivate EmployeesAddress the barriers Facilitate
  5. 5. The right starting point would be to research the perceived barriers across the cross section ofemployees. There may be assorted reasons ranging from• Lack of time• Lack of will• Lack of confidenceIt is also important to create space within the daily schedule for learning.Fear of failure is one of the impediments in e-learning. Sustained efforts must be taken to allaythese apprehensions. Demonstrating the value thataccrues to individual learners by way of skilldevelopment is a sure path-breaker.
  6. 6. A culture of learning must be nurtured in the organization and it should be clearlydemonstrated how eLearning benefit employees as well as the organisation. Effectivemotivation calls for depicting a picture that higher levels of job satisfaction can beachieved through sustained learning.
  7. 7. The cardinal principle is to present any eLearning activity as a means to a greater endand not as an end in itself. Often an eLearning activity is perceived among employeesas an additional burden, and they come with a ‘What’s In It For Me’ (WIIFM) question. It’s very important at the initiation stage to communicate the expectations from eLearning and the benefit factor.
  8. 8. As for as the mode of learning is concerned, individualpreferences vary. Some do well with a peergroup, others with self-study, and still others on a one-to-one approach. Also, the knowledge gap varies fromperson to person. Effective design and implementationof any eLearning program should factor in these vitalissues.Allowing employees to choose the mode and pace ofeLearning within the overall implementation time-framepaves the way for higher degree of success. Self-assessment tools, flexible reporting patterns, andeffective grievance redressal mechanism
  9. 9. Easy Authoring manages a variety of eLearning projects for large tosmall businesses. We can help you with eLearning consultation, contentcreation, and custom eLearning program for your organization.Australia :Phone: +61 (0)2 8860 9175 | Email: info@easyauthoring.com.auUnited Kingdom : Phone: + 44 (0) 2088 167 529 | Email: info@easyauthoring.comUSA :Phone: +1 252-661-4256 | Email: info@easyauthoring.comNew Zealand :Phone: +64 09 889 0328 | Email: info@easyauthoring.comWebsite : www.easyauthoring.comConnect with us on:
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