10 Creative Strategies To Use Microlearning To Train Your Multi-Generational Workforce

| May 29, 2019

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L&D teams face the challenge of training a multi-generational workforce with 4-5 distinct profiles. In this infographic, I outline how the microlearning-based approach can provide a unique mode to address the common aspects as well as personalized learning. In 2019, more than ever before, L&D teams are facing the challenge to train employees across divergent profiles, given the multi-generational workforce which we see in most organizations. A typical team today may comprise of employees across 4 generations.

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