What is Real-Time Learning?
Real-time learners see patterns, anticipate upcoming change, and proactively adapt their skills. Advancement in today’s workforce requires self-directed training. But how do you figure out what you don’t know? Our Real-Time Learning for Individuals program will help you better assess your current situation, gather information, and plan accordingly to meet your career goals.
What differentiates Real-Time Learning?
Unlike traditional learning that most are accustomed to in formal schooling, real-time learners are able to take ownership of their learning and tackle any challenges they face.
Real Time Learners
An Introduction to Real Time Learning
“The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn.” – Alvin Toffler
What's At Stake?
Experts predict that automation may claim as many as 30 Million U.S. jobs within the next 20 years. Thriving in this economy requires workers to build up foundational skills that can’t be replicated by machines. But are we prepared?
- Over 70% of employers are unsatisfied with college graduates’ ability to think critically or communicate effectively.
- 54% of all employees will need reskilling and upskilling by 2022, according to the World Economic Forum.
- Baby Boomers changed jobs 12.3 times on average between the ages of 18-52, a number experts believe will increase for subsequent generations.
- 87% of millennials rate “professional or career growth and development opportunities” as important aspects of their job — but only 39% report learning something to help their job performance in the past month.
- In order to compete in the global market, companies and individuals alike must invest in Real-Time Learning skills.
“As the future of work unfolds, what makes us human is what will make us employable. Attributes like adaptability, flexibility, self-motivation, empathy, creativity, curiosity and communication skills will become even more relevant across all areas of the organization. ” – Manish Bahl, Associate Vice President, Center for the Future of Work