Syndicate Learning is excited to announce the launch of video based e-learning for training employees on leadership skills. The ‘Leadership Series’ offers a wide range of skill sets for leadership training. It covers modules like leadership essentials, leading self, leading business, leading team, etc. The duration of the videos vary from concept to concept, from four minutes to fifteen minutes. The leadership series has been developed in partnership with business leaders from the industry with multi-decades of experience, inspirational speakers, coaches and successful trainers.
Syndicate Learning has offered a whole new perspective to learning by introducing its video-based learning for training leaders. One of the important attributes of learning via video is the use of both auditory and visual cues. Video based e-learning sticks with learners and helps them to continue learning in an engaging and effective manner. It supports the learners to prepare for their current and future opportunities.
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Leadership Series Videos have a humanising effect on the content, with a touch of entertainment. They are a powerful support tool, which encapsulates concepts through a mix of texts and graphics. Since videos are capable of evoking emotional feelings, it aligns to the needs of the learners who prefer ‘concrete experience’.
Sonika Rao of Syndicate Learning said ,”By observing what is being shown, the learner assimilates a worth of knowledge and imbibes skills easily. With real life examples and scenarios, learners learn to extract practical knowledge from the new and unknown situations. Though videos do not provide a platform for active experimentation, they support it by providing a step by step demonstration.”
Videos grab attention of the learners in a way that no other medium can. Syndicate Learning has designed its video-based learning to boost interaction and encourage thinking in learners. Videos encourage multi-sensory learning because they can involve text, moving images, and sound. Using multiple senses to understand a concept allows learners to make more cognitive connections. It encourages them to understand the concepts better and think deeply.