This article is part of a series: Learning Lessons from Stanley Cup and Super Bowl Champions. Previous piece in this series: Lesson 2: Start with an Assessment to Focus Your Training.
Let’s say you’ve spotted a critical knowledge gap on your team. Maybe you’ve discovered that your reps are selling a new product incorrectly. How quickly can you intervene?
The faster you can respond, the more you can minimize costly mistakes in the field.
So what slows down learning cycles? In sports, the biggest constraint is usually the coach’s time. Coaches are some of the busiest people in the world. Between installing new plays, watching film, creating scouting reports, and planning practices, they don’t have time to learn another piece of training software.
With Learn to Win, we recognized this constraint and built a software tool that’s easy for anyone to use. There’s no technical expertise required to spin up a fresh lesson. You can do it in minutes with the materials you already have.
Just ask Chris Partridge of Ole Miss: “I’m not a technologically savvy guy. But Learn to Win is not hard to use. It has helped us tremendously. I will always use it.”
When your competitor changes their sales strategy, you can’t afford to wait 6 months for fresh training materials. But in most companies, Learning & Development (L&D) is under-resourced and bandwidth-constrained.
The average U.S. company has only 1 L&D employee for every 300 FTEs. It’s no wonder that every L&D department has long backlogs for new training.
With Learn to Win, you can bypass this training bottleneck. Our simple software doesn’t require any technical expertise. You don’t have to know how to code. After all, we built it for football coaches!
With Learn to Win’s simple lesson authoring, you’ll ensure your team learns faster than the competition.