Make the most of your facilitator-led learning programs with Howspace, an AI-powered online platform that helps you make learning social.
Where most learning platforms focus on one-way content delivery, Howspace brings collaboration and social learning to the front and center of your business-critical learning programs. By working and reflecting together throughout the program, they’ll learn in the flow of work.
Use Howspace before the first in-person session to help the participants to get to know each other and the objectives of the learning program. Then invite them to collaborate on assignments during and after sessions to extend the impact of the learning program.
Whether you’re an in-house learning professional or an external consultant, Howspace will transform your NPS and eNPS scores for good. The easy to use platform requires no training, and there are no user names or passwords for anyone to memorize.
If you're facilitating a large group, you may want to create different learning cohorts with different access levels. For instance, you might want to create private pages for certain teams or only invite a few people to take part in a particular discussion.
Invite the participants to discuss, collaborate, and brainstorm using any combination of text, video, and pictures. After all, according to the 70/20/10 rule of learning and development, up to 20% of learning happens in developmental relationships.
When you're ready to draw conclusions from a particular discussion, you can use Howspace's built-in AI-powered clustering feature to analyze the data. Simply choose a discussion, and Howspace will return with a short summary of the most important themes and topics.
Not everything has to be communicated in writing. Especially if you're running an e-learning or blended learning course, videos can be a great way to create empathy between remote participants. You can ask the participants to upload their own videos directly from their phones, or add their favorites from YouTube and Vimeo.
Sometimes you'll want to enrich the learning experience with 1-2-1 sessions and small-group activities. Invite the learning program participants to book appointments for individual coaching sessions from a list of alternative time slots. As a facilitator, you can manage the number of available seats for each session to ensure that each participant gets enough support.