Hopefully, you have been with us for a while and you have read some of our previous posts like Measuring your Success and Making Learning Stick. You won’t be lost if you have not – and you can always check them out later – but they are helpful – and we are nothing if not helpful around here!
Have you ever been traveling, stop for gas, and all of a sudden your stomach growls and you grab the first thing you see – that gas station hot dog that has been sitting there for who knows how long. You don’t know if it’s fresh, been there 2 days, but you blindly eat it because it saves you time. (For our friends in New York – think of this as the last “dirty water dog” in the cart – don’t judge – we have all been there)
We love us some Megan Trainor around here – and so we are all about the SMEs today – and that is no trouble.
As we have talked about before, SMEs (Subject Matter Experts) are an essential part of the work we do as learning professionals – without them, we would have no domain knowledge, no real-world examples, and let’s face it – very little content.
We introduced you to WeThink through the lens of frontline worker development. We discussed scenarios in which organizations could help grow this employee segment, which is a win-win for all those involved! Today we are going to continue the conversation and dive into frontline worker development and how it not only benefits the worker and organization, but also the communities in which we live and thrive.