80% of training and coaching budgets are typically spent on VP-level executives and above, who represent only 20% of the organization. This polarized spending doesn’t help companies grow a pipeline of future leaders. Even the best training is typically delivered to a small percentage of employees each year because of L&D time constraints. With our tech infrastructure, companies can reach 100% of employees at once.
No employee feels invested in after being sent a video link. Pre-recorded online courses have a 96% dropout rate1, and even when learners find high-quality, relevant videos, they have to learn alone: disconnected from other employees or the business.
Employees are happier, have longer tenure, and are more productive when they feel a sense of belonging within their company, yet most companies deprioritize community building.
Behavioral & Brain Insights, Scientific Advisor
Sales Excellence Leader,
Chief Marketing Officer,
Ascential Digital Commerce