Today, you’re probably offering much better training, delivered in more interesting ways, than 10 years ago. But if your learners still aren’t transferring that knowledge back to the workplace, 80% of what you spend on learning and development is wasted.
Lentum is the answer to this decades-old problem. It’s an innovative learning transfer platform that allows you to support and monitor your learners in applying new skills and behaviours. But because it allows you to do the same for professional development and objective setting, too, it helps you to create a learning culture.
Which means your managers coach continuously, your employees perform better and your learning and development activities make a bigger impact on your business.
When learners don’t transfer their new knowledge, it’s usually because they lack goals, support or motivation (or all three). Lentum overcomes this problem by bringing the learner and the line manager together to set, monitor and achieve goals for both formal and informal learning.
Learners and line managers can set goals and targets together. They both then receive prompts to check progress.
Employees can track of all their CPD throughout the year, and give managers access to this information for the first time.
Line managers can work with employees to set business and personal objectives, then monitor progress continually.
We know from research that people don’t change without support, goals and motivation. By rolling these vital factors into one application, Lentum offers businesses the chance to finally make learning stick”
Professor Peter Saville, psychologist, entrepreneur and non-executive director of Lentum