This course looks at the different ways of engaging adult learners in the workplace using a mentoring approach to deliver sustained behaviour change.
During the course, you are going to support Evelyn who is the newly appointed digital technology lead at a medium sized charity. Evelyn is faced with a time management challenge and needs to reconsider her management style if she is going to be able to deliver an organisation-wide digital transformation project.
By the end of this course you will be able to:
- Outline the extent of the skills gaps in digital literacy and leadership within early management positions
- Describe the signs of an engaged workforce
- Devise mentoring activities that use learning methods that are more engaging and lead to greater memory recall
- Apply Knowles’ principles of adult learning within a mentoring context
- Incorporate the COM-B behaviour change model when devising mentoring programmes and learning outcomes
- How to personalise learning and flip the responsibility for addressing skills gaps