Training is one of the major ways we help employees to build new skills and knowledge, but we understand, at the same time, that training can only do so much. If employees required training to learn everything they needed to know to be successful at their jobs, they would be in class all the time!
Research has shown that people learn only about 10% of what they need to know through courses. Another 20% of learning occurs through coaching and mentoring with peers and experts. However, a huge 70% of learning takes place on the job through a variety of approaches that enable employees to access information as they need it.
This is where knowledge management comes in. With so much dynamic information available, and so little time to learn, we need to be much more proactive in how we deliver the right content, at the right level of detail, to the right people, at exactly the right time.
Join KM leader Ben Duffy from Unum for a presentation and discussion of how consistent development, review, and delivery of explicit knowledge assets promote learning retention, improved performance, and employee engagement; as well as, how an environment of structured knowledge sharing supports the enhancement of authoritative knowledge.
$30 Guest Includes buffet breakfast
Doors open at 7:30am
Presentation begins at 8:00am
Register by October 14th, 2015 at 5pm