London (UK), February 2020 - For 2020, GoodHabitz has developed a brand new concept: "What if learning were just as fun as going to the cinema?" This creative concept fits perfectly with the company’s DNA. GoodHabitz aims to make the learning journey fun, easy, and accessible for everyone in an organisation.
Tim Indencleef, head of marketing at Good Habitz, explained it like this: "We have been researching the learning needs of working British people for many years. Every year, our research confirms that everyone wants to learn, and everyone values personal development, but people find it difficult to start and can’t seem to find their intrinsic motivation. They say they don’t have time, they prioritise other things, or they’re too easily distracted. Yet they always seem to be available for Netflix, Facebook, and Instagram, so wouldn’t it be great if learning could be as much fun as going to the cinema?"
GoodHabitz has made a film to take Learning Technologies 2020 attendees along on the company’s journey that shows a world in which people get the opportunity to learn what they truly want to - and feel more fulfilled, accomplished, and successful.
On top of this, GoodHabitz has created a full cinema experience to make visitors feel really comfortable, complete with popcorn and comfy seats. "Give yourself some time to escape the busy trade show. Come by our stand to relax," adds Tim Indencleef.
At Learning Technologies 2020, GoodHabitz will proudly present its two latest innovations: GoodHabitz Moments, a brand-new and inspiring learning format, and the GoodScan, a tool that helps people find the perfect courses that really suit everyone's learning needs and personality type.
GoodHabitz Moments is a documentary series that features inspiring thinkers and extraordinary adventurers who have a different take on life. For Moments, GoodHabitz has gone to Stockholm, Berlin, New York, and many other cities in search of people who can deepen our understanding of who we are and what we can be. Viewers meet with adventurous thinkers and doers whose stories are incredibly inspiring. These inspirators give tips and advice and share their ideas. People can learn effortlessly and without noticing it, while watching their stories in inspiring videos.
GoodScan addresses the issue that when learners get started with the GoodHabitz online courses, they immediately face an interesting challenge. Where to begin? With more than 80 training courses available, sometimes you can't see the wood for the trees.
GoodHabitz has found a solution: the GoodScan. Based on the "big five personality traits" and the "great eight competencies", this low-threshold self-test helps people find out what type of student they are and which methods suit them best. Participants also see where their qualities and opportunities for growth lie and which training courses are the right ones for them. All that’s left to do is enjoy learning.
Learning Technologies 2020 takes place 12-13 February at London’s ExCeL.