From the beginning WeLearn has been rooted in two things. The first is our mission to build better humans through learning and the second is the desire of those of us who make up the WeLearn team (Hey WeLearners!) to get up every day and do the work with people we love working with which we are fortunate to be able to do.
Feeling like our learning is worthwhile is a fundamental human desire. If learning or work feels meaningless, it can lead to fatigue, burnout, and even unprofessionalism in the workplace.
Despite its immense importance, the connection between deep meaning and learning is rarely incorporated into content development planning strategies and as a result, many learners are left feeling unengaged and uninspired.
“Diversity” and “inclusion” have become common buzzwords in modern-day business practices, but what do those words mean and how do we apply them to our company’s learning strategies? While increased awareness of inclusivity is the first step in creating more innovative and accessible instructional strategies, it’s time to actively change the way we develop and distribute eLearning content.