Skill Pill Launches Digital Learning for Millennials
Read the press release for our exciting new Gen Y pack, as featured on trainingpressreleases.com 27/01/2016.
Skill Pill, the leading digital learning provider, is launching a new ‘pack’ of learning – videos and templates – to support the Gen Y worker, in association with publisher John Wiley.
Millennials now constitute the largest generation in business, but many managers have expressed difficulty in harnessing and retaining this talent. As explained by Skill Pill founder Gerry Griffin: "For a number of years now, we’ve been aware that the needs and aptitudes of millennials are quite distinct".
As a result, Skill Pill has teamed up with international publisher John Wiley to bring Gen Y - a deck of learning materials to suit the work challenges and practices of millennials. Comprising 12 high-impact animated videos, support templates and apps, the Gen Y pack is designed to help millennials be their 'best selves' in the workplace. Topics include: Don’t Let Fear Hold You Back; Get More Out of Your Brain; The Art of Small-Talk; A Brand Called You.
The Skill Pill team will be on hand to demonstrate this offering among many others at the 2016 Learning Technologies exhibition, London, February 3 and 4; Stand D23. Further information is available from www.skillpill.com and @skillpill on Twitter.
About Skill Pill
Founded in 2007, Skill Pill produces engaging and impactful just-in-time learning and distributes it via mobile devices, tablets and PCs. Its learning takes the form of succinct animated videos, mobile apps, infographics, support documents and social tools. Skill Pill is a content partner with the global business publishers, Pearson Education, John Wiley and Kogan Page. Skill Pill is also a digital partner with the world-class business school, London Business School.