Focussed courses based on interests and weaknesses or areas needing improvement.
Finding the time to be engaged outside of the world of work.
Prioritising what areas to focus on.
Development of a comprehensive plan for growth and improvement and sticking to it.
Convenience of studying, learning and continually growing right at ones fingertips.
Innovative methods of learning based on key indicators of success.
Use of technology for improvement and learning that can be taken anywhere.
Finding a method that works based on learning experience, age, work functions and responsibilities.
Enhance conventional methods that work and reduce reliance on non effective methods.
Digital learning experiences should be recognised and incorporated in work performance review.