Employers 4 Change Announces New Study on Benefits of Multidimensional Learning
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ORLANDO, Fla. - Floridant -- Employers 4 Change (E4C) is proud to announce its latest contribution to the field of Future of Work development and learning has been published in the EconStore Journal, an international publication. Founder and CEO, Isabella Johnston penned insightful research entitled "Peer and Reverse Mentoring: Developing PowerSkills for Multidimensional Learners"

The research highlights the effectiveness and efficiency of peer and reverse mentoring as an alternative technique to upskill both the mentor and mentee which benefits the organization at large. EconStore Journal shared this Link (http://hdl.handle.net/10419/270431)  to Peer and Reverse Mentoring: Developing PowerSkills For Multidimensional Learners by J. Isabella Johnston.

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This is a significant step for Employers 4 Change as they become a part of the solution to the skills gap and economic development in the region. Johnston shared, "This is a wonderful accomplishment for our company and we look forward to helping employers of all sizes join our platform to accelerate cognitive skill development in their employees and interns."

Employers 4 Change previously received a grant from the Orlando Tech Community to study the relationship between employee mentors and their interns and the impact that peer and reverse mentoring using multidimensional learning methods can accelerate cognitive skill development.

To learn more about E4C's commitment to workplace learning and development, visit their website at www.e4c.tech.

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