Leverage Skill Practices
Use prebuilt skill practices to learn skills that transcend the changes (digitization, artificial intelligence) that affect jobs today: business acumen, personal operational excellence, problem solving, and sales acumen. Skill practices combine the best way to learn with a solution that overcomes excuses.
These skill practices were created to address the core skills lacking in the 4th Industrial Revolution: business acumen, critical thinking, communication, project planning, and problem solving. SkillDirector skill practices cover one learning objective and contain:
- Background – the circumstances describing the situation in which the skill practice must occur
- A template for performing the skill practice that enables consistent output/results
- Examples for the learner, along with instructions, so they don’t get frustrated with the activity
Duration varies based upon the learning objective, however, all skill practices involve the application of learning to something the learner must perform in their current job – a real business opportunity. This makes it more relevant, better retained, and does not take time away from the job – it directly applies the learning to something the learner needs to perform anyway.