Entry #3: 4 Benefits of eLearning



Instead of firing employees, organizations should fire-up their employees’ drive to improve the skills that contribute towards their company’s growth. This can be accomplished through any number of low-cost, customized eLearning tools.

Here are 4 reasons eLearning can help improve your existing employees:

Faster (and Better) Retention:  When it comes to technical learning, it’s been proven that the attention span of a student sitting in a training classroom lasts for only 20 minutes—that’s it.  With eLearning, they take control of their own learning, thereby taking a more active role in the process, which greatly improves retention.

Convenience:  With any kind of eLearning, it goes without saying you can do it anywhere, you can learn from the comfort of home or at the office.  And, instead of a set class time & duration, you can come back and practice as many times you want.  They can even log on anywhere in the world—all they need is a computer and an internet connection.

Flexibility:  The student can pause, playback, or complete the lesson from anywhere, at any time.  There’s no rush or requirement that they should be sitting in front of the computer from start to finish.

Self-Financing: There’s only a one-time build cost.  The organization can use it as many times as they want.  The more you use it, the more money you save.

Of course, the benefits to your organization can go way beyond the four I’ve listed here.  Because with customized eLearning you can train new employees without taking time away from other employees, paying for any external classroom training becomes unnecessary, and all process-specific learning is standardized across your organization.

So instead of laying employees off, you can make them better–and your company, too.

Stephen Sequeira, Founder & CEO
Perfect Resources LLC
Phone: 908-315-3344 x12

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About Dan Gallo

I'm a small business lifer, starting/running businesses since I sold seeds door-to-door as a kid in The Bronx. I've played guitar and enjoyed baseball since I was 5 (born a NY Yankees fan). Just prior to marrying Kim in 1983 I became a Christian. We have two sons; Daniel's a musician & social media expert with a smart, insightful sense of humor, and Adam who recently graduated from Brooklyn College double majoring in Creative Writing/Literature and Anthropology. Adam now works in the non-profit sector. Since 2002 one thing we love to do together is go on service/missions trips to Belize. We've collectively spent 60+ weeks in Belize with this missions organization http://twaw.org. I started my 1st company in January 1985, and been self-employed ever since. I sold my last company, Mentor Communications Group, in '04. After 2 years w/ the acquiring company I started The Allasso Group, LLC doing Small Business Consulting, Fund Raising/Capital Raise-up Campaigns, Sales Strategy, Outsourced Sales Agency work, & Digital Marketing Programs (Social Media, SEM, etc.) since April 2006. Notable projects: Hired as Small Business Advocate and Social Media Director for IBM's "Supplier-Connection" - Feb '11-Dec '13. Hired as COO to help turn-around late stage start-up software company myVRM. Jul12-Dec '13 Hired as CEO of CoupleWise.com, a Digital Health2.0 app, to write business plan, raise seed capital, & completely redesign and relaunch the app. Aug '16 I won a Finalist spot for MassChallenge UK's 2016 fall cohort in London from Sept thru Nov. Started Oct15 - Current. I enjoy helping turn-around struggling small businesses, and launching new business ventures. Feel free to contact me with opportunities.
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2 Responses to Entry #3: 4 Benefits of eLearning

  1. Linus Kado says:

    Lucid and well written!! Bravo!!

  2. Pingback: 4 Benefits of eLearning | perfectresource Blog

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