A modern learning experience that employees will use, love, and apply
Help nonprofit organizations achieve their goals with insights-driven course recommendations and relevant, high-quality content. Key Features: High-quality content: Over 16,000 courses from LinkedIn Learning and Lynda.com by industry experts.
Personalized recommendations: Insights-based recommendations based on each learner’s profile and 675+ million member profiles.
Easily accessible: Content available on any device and delivered where employees already connect and learn—on LinkedIn.
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Increase employee engagement
Keeping top nonprofit talent engaged is key to ensuring they don’t leave and go to a competitor. The #1 reason employees leave organizations is lack of professional development. How can LinkedIn Learning help you increase employee engagement and support professional development? With engaging content that is up-to-date, professionally-produced, and taught by real-world experts.
of employees say they would stay at a nonprofit longer if it invested in their learning and development.
Meet the needs of the modern learner
Nonprofit employees expect learning technology to be social, self-directed, and easy to use. This is especially true of Millennial and Gen Z professionals. LinkedIn Learning meets the needs of the modern learner with personalized and data-driven course recommendations.
Over half of all learners value more social, collaborative environments—both in the office and when they are engaged with online learning.
Help employees, volunteers & Members develop relevant skill
Skills are quickly changing. On-demand and on-the-job learning is the only way to keep up. People rarely come in with all of the skills needed to do the job, and if they do, they are quickly promoted to roles that require a new set of skills. LinkedIn Learning leverages skills data from LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional network, to inform the courses we develop for the future.
One third of core job skills will change in the next 5 years, according to the World Economic Forum.
“Before using LinkedIn Learning, most of the training we did came from free resources collected from many different places. Now we are able to offer high-quality and well-organized content to our staff for their own professional development.”
Foster a learning culture
Reimagine performance reviews
Make the case for learning
Engage and uplift learners