All in Workplace Learning
The challenge is with a plethora of learning platform vendors out there (each with impressively long lists of product features) and so much talk of the LXP vs the LMS, how do you choose?
This explores the key differences between a traditional Learning Management System (LMS) and a Learner Experience Platform (LXP), providing some guiding questions to help you differentiate which you might need. Or whether, in fact, you need both.
Learn Fox worked with HGEM on a project to capture their industry leading hospitality subject matter expertise, to design and create a suite of 12 x e-learning modules focused on empowering staff to deliver a top rate guest experience. These have been developed in partnership with Learning Pool and are now available to both HGEM and Learning Pool hospitality clients.
So, you’ve identified a need for a learning platform to deploy and track learning, but with hundreds of products out there, from an LMS to an LXP (Learner Experience platform), it can be hard to know where to start. This guide will take you through 10 steps to help define your requirements and choose the right learning platform for your needs.
To ensure that you’re inspiring your staff to be passionate and loyal brand advocates ensure that you’ve attracted the right staff who fit your company culture and values, that you’ve engaged them from day 1 through onboarding, that you’ve invested in their ongoing training and development to retain and nurture your top talent, and that you’re developing your rising stars with the appropriate tools and support to be great leaders.
Have you ever worked somewhere that didn’t invest in their staff and their development? Rubbish isn’t it? Where you and your colleagues felt overstretched, undervalued and your skills weren’t being developed. Where your potential remained untapped and you knew that you could do so much more, not simply for yourself, but to the benefit of the organisation you worked in. It didn’t exactly inspire and motivate, did it?
Here are 10 ways you can help develop a culture for learning within your organisation, increase employee engagement and spark a catalyst for change that drives increased motivation and productivity.