The majority of what we learn comes from practical experience, however, we don't learn everything we need just by doing our jobs. People must prepare to deal with exceptions, reinforce critical information to avoid developing bad habits and expand their capabilities to prepare for future roles. Unfortunately, with limited time and competing priorities, people are often unable to make continuous learning part of their everyday work.
In this presentation, we show you how to design learning experiences that fit within the context of the modern workplace. We share tactics for applying evidence-based learning principles, including spaced repetition and retrieval practice. We demonstrate how familiar tools can be used to foster the habit of continuous learning. We share stories from organizations who are realizing measurable business results by helping their employees dedicate as few as five minutes per day to their professional development.