Millennials are a hot and very important topic in L&D today. The generation born between 1982 and 2004 and the first to grow up with the internet, mobile devices and instant information, Millennials are like no others before them. In 2004, the first wave of Millennials entered the workplace and by 2025, they will make up 75 percent of the global workforce. Over the past twenty years, the Millennial mindset has shaped, and will shape, our world.
In this session recording, LEO Learning’s Kath Fleet looks at how 2004 was a pivotal year. How, over the past ten years, this seminal generation have shaped current trends in learning and social interaction. How businesses still struggle to meet their needs and expectations. How the rate of change over the next ten years will create even greater challenges and opportunities. And how LEO Learning can help you capitalise on the present and anticipate the future.
In this session Kath covers:
Designing for high expectations and short attention spans
Personalisation, mobilisation and adaptive learning
Creating ‘snackable’, integrated learning architectures and experiences
Driving and harnessing social engagement for business improvement
The future, global implications for learning of bio-tech, wearable technology, paper thin interfaces and universal translation
Speaker: Kath Fleet, Learning Consultant, LEO Learning