Chapter 6—Encourage continued learning

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There are many ways to be successful with ACG and have your students learn faster. Take this opportunity to evaluate where you are, how you’ve succeeded, and where you’ll go next.

Revisit your plan for success

Go back to the questions from when you made a plan for success. What’s changed? What have you accomplished?

Having people grow their skills is a continuous process. Every time you reach one goal, there’ll be another one to tackle. Sometimes your goals will shift. So take the time to evaluate where you’re at, and decide where you want to go next. Then take the steps to get there.

You might want to invite new students, organize your teams differently, or look at something different in reports. Or you might want to keep doing what’s working for you. Whatever the decision, make sure you know what success looks like and how you’ll get there.

Recognize your standout students and celebrate wins

Recognition is a great way to show your employees you see and reward their efforts.

  • Use ACG’s reports to see who has received certifications, who is making significant progress in their courses, or who uses Hands-on labs the most.
  • Take the time to recognize their achievements in 1:1s, all-hands, or other places where they would feel appreciated.
  • Ask your standout students what’s made them successful. Use insights from these conversations to guide you as you look to encourage your other students to have even more success.
  • Celebrate any big wins ACG has helped you achieve.

What’s next

Stay ahead of the tech curve by joining our Pluralsight + A Cloud Guru product release webinar (external site, opens in new tab) to introduce you to what’s new in Pluralsight Skills and ACG.

Review the tools available to you, both in these Admin Success Center chapters and in the ACG platform. What didn’t you take advantage of that might be helpful now? Find a way to incorporate that into your ACG experience.

Some questions to guide your next steps

  • Where did you succeed? How can you replicate it?
  • What opportunities do you have for improvement?
  • Where was usage low? Why was that?
  • Where was usage high? Why was that?
  • Who else in your organization should have access to ACG? How can you include them?

Once you’ve answered these questions, act on it. Find ways to incorporate your insights and keep learning.

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