Fosway publication and coaching and mentoring

Using Coaching, Mentoring and Peers to Power Continuous Learning – The Fosway Group

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Today’s digital learning era often leaves little space for human interactions, and this can contribute to a reduced level of learner confidence and satisfaction. On one hand, data for MOOCs show the average completion is less than 15% and on the other hand, “too few learning designers look to embed social learning into their programmes to help people apply their learning and sustain behaviour change in the workplace.” (Fosway Group)

What can we do to support learners and create a stronger relationship between them and their learning goals?

In this new report by the Fosway Group sponsored by CrossKnowledge we’ll look at the importance of social learning to boost learning engagement and focus on the role of coaches peers and mentors in the acquisition of new skills.