Whether you’re an individual looking to take your professional development seriously, or an organization intent on attracting and retaining talent, we’d be delighted to serve you.
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Seamless, mobile-friendly learning
Engaging video clips
Relevant text and audio content
Steps for quick transfers of knowledge and skills
Collaboration in a social learning environment
Thought-provoking and experiential questions
Real-world application assignments
Ongoing coaching support
A common theme we hear from organizations is less is more. Prior to creating the 21mill curriculum we spoke to hundreds of organizations about their needs in developing young professionals. We then distilled the most common themes and created a powerful curriculum to address those needs in the way Millennials learn. Instead of hundreds of general use courses that may or may not apply, 21mill is the preeminent curriculum of curated Millennial topics.
All of 21mill’s active courses are available for purchase. Courses are being added all the time and will be accessible with a valid subscription. 21mill’s courses are designed for Millennials at all points in their careers, from just starting your professional journey to those getting ready for a leadership role. All courses are supported by 21mill’s navigators and developed to be short, sweet and highly impactful.
21mill’s Millennial training is direct and to the point. According to a study done by Microsoft, the average attention span of a Millennial is 8 seconds. This is why each training session is short, sweet and effective.
Most training content for young professionals is disturbingly out of touch with modern day. Our curriculum is built to captivate and is far from boring.
After learning, simply digesting the information isn’t enough to create change. By asking relevant questions and provoking thoughts, learners connect their personal experiences to what they’ve learned.
Arguably the most important part of learning is tying the learning to real-world experience. Retention of videos and lectures is generally between 5-10%. But retention skyrockets to over 75% when the learner has a related experience.