Stevens Point, WI (PRWEB) September 29, 2004 -
One of the problems CEOÂs have with many corporate training programs is the expense required for what they consider to be ineffective training. Generally accepted standards indicate that approximately ten percent (10%) of what is taught is retained thirty days after training is delivered. From CEOÂs perspectives, training that is not retained and applied cannot be considered to be effective for changing employee behaviors to improve performance and results.
E-learning attempted to address this gap by increasing retention to levels that average between fifteen and twenty percent (15-20%) after thirty days. While e-learning does tend to increase learning retention, eighty percent (80%) of what is taught is forgotten. This creates a dilemma for many training managers who are being held increasingly more accountable to produce improved results to justify the high training expenses.
MajoriumÂs Integrated Multicast Learning Technology effectively addresses this problem and increases comprehension and retention to an average of ninety-two percent (92%) after thirty days, as documented by on-going monthly testing. This effectively protects a companyÂs training investment. (Details are available at http://www.majorium.com)
Majorium has effectively solved this problem by designing and delivering training that is continuous, cross-linked and actively reinforced. MajoriumÂs goal is to deliver effective, value priced training that overcomes the lack of results most companies experience.
Â Training is immediately applied to the workplace through self-directed lessons that are delivered directly to employees.
Â Training is continuously delivered over weeks and months, instead of hours and days.
Â Training is seamlessly integrated into employeesÂ workplace. It is delivered in short blocks of time, at their convenience.
Â Training is further reinforced through the selection of optional blended components such as seminars, interactive workshops, situational case studies and group discussions.
Â Training is easily transferred to the job, producing results that are seen in increased competencies and performance.
For managers interested in results, the following metrics demonstrate the positive impact Majorium training has on its participants.
Â 74% of participants reported learning new skills.
Â 80% of participants reported they improved existing skills.
Â 84% of participants reported they changed their workplace behavior.
Â 98% of participants reported Majorium training improved their work related performance.
Majorium has researched and developed its innovative Integrated Multicast Learning technology to produce the results CEOÂs are demanding from their training departments.
Â For every dollar companies invest in the Majorium sales training method, most average a two hundred dollar increase in new sales that is generated from the direct application of the concepts taught by the training.
Â Companies using the Majorium leadership program achieve an average 618% return on their training investments after their first year, with additional residual returns reported in subsequent years.
Training managers who are concerned with employee resistance to new training methods should note that sixty-six percent (66%) of participants preferred Integrated Multicast Learning over conventional seminar training (33%) and e-learning (8%).
Further information and details about the innovative Integrated Multicast Learning technology is available at: http://www.majorium.com