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We know experiential learning, or learning by doing, works. The average retention rate for traditional learning is only 5 percent; in comparison, the retention rate for experiential learning is 70 percent. How does experiential learning impact long-term performance? Since it empowers learners to feel a personal ownership of the impact of their decisions, they are also able to identify the actions that achieved desired results. Experiential learning also creates a safe environment without fear of failure, which often affects employees when going through traditional training. When learners are able to see the correlation between their behavior and increase in performance, they stay motivated and engaged to continue developing their skills. As a result, everyone benefits: learners perform better with a higher skillset, and the organization sees results.
See for yourself how Bridge can make your workforce smarter faster.