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Skills development: opt for the Fifty Method

The programmes of skills development programmes enable companies to help their employees to develop positively in their working lives and to better contribute to the growth of the company. However, sometimes the methods used do not always produce the expected results. Fifty In order to achieve its objectives in this area, the company has an innovative tool at its disposal.

Competence development: principles and methods

The skills development is one of the means available to workers to develop their knowledge and skills in the context of their job or to rely on personal development to be more effective and to better manage relationships, stress or organisation in the workplace.

  • A business development strategy

Many companies offer such training to their employees. The principle based on assimilation consists in assimilating know-how and interpersonal skills that may prove essential in the professional field.

By including such programmes in their development strategies, companies optimise the capitalisation of their internal know-how while offering additional motivation to their employees. In doing so, they also ensure that their efficiency and the smooth running of the business are improved.

  • Recommended methods

The content of the training courses allows the trainee to gain new knowledge and to improve the knowledge already acquired, with the primary objective of being efficient, but also of being comfortable in the position occupied. In the case of job seekers, the aim is to have at one's disposal all the assets to ensure the success of future positions.

There are several methods for acquiring performance:

  • Distance learning, now facilitated by ICT ;
  • Lectures ;
  • Case studies ;
  • Coaching ;
  • Monitoring ;
  • Conferences and trade fairs ;
  • Group work ;
  • Case studies.

This list is not exhaustive and the results may vary depending on the individuals and the means deployed.

The Fifty method for facilitating skills development in companies

The results of surveys conducted in different companies have led to the conclusion that the majority of employees are not satisfied with the impact of the training provided by their employers. The main reason for the failure of these learning programmes is that they are too theoretical. Fifty proposes an innovative method to optimise the skills development Fifty offers an innovative method for optimising the development of skills in companies, based on the principle of AFEST (Action de Formation En Situation de Travail).

For this training technique, we were inspired by the system developed by Richard Thaler, winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics in 2017: the Nudge. Favouring the use of digital technology and artificial intelligence, this is a concept designed to encourage employees to change their habits and make relevant choices without fearing any punishment. In practice, we have created a platform on which "micro-actions" to be undertaken by participants each day, the objective being to enable them to improve their human skills over time.

The artificial intelligence will then use these micro-actions to design an individual path for each participant, a path that will combine technical skills with soft skills. The evolution of each participant will be measured at both individual and organisational levels.