Employees are increasingly taking control of their own learning, and at the same time organizations are discovering that nurturing and supporting a culture of self- directed learning increases their ability to survive and thrive. Almost all enterprises (94%) are looking to improve self-directed learning.
Offering a consumer-style experience, me:time puts the needs of self-motivated learners first, giving instant, anywhere access to curated learning supported by AI-driven recommendations. A system of credits allocated by the organization gives learners full control over their personal me:time budget. me:time allows employees to access wide-ranging curated content from the world’s leading providers, on business skills, personal development – and leisure and lifestyle too.
“me:time represents a radical rethink in learning control and choice, freeing the learner to self-serve,” said Andrea Miles, general manager for Lumesse Learning. Organizations too will benefit as they know they need to encourage continuous learning in the face of increasing demands to be nimble and smart, and meeting the challenges of talent retention, management of emerging talent and mobility.”
me:time delivers an effortless learning experience by making learning easier for employees to access, consume and apply.