e-lerniq series

Social Learning

Typical Participants

L&D Professionals
HR Professionals
Leaders and Managers

Model and Format

10 Modules
Case Studies
Available 24/7

Course Level



Certificate of Participation


2 Hrs



Social Learning

Social learning is a process that helps individuals acquire new skills or knowledge by observing and imitating others. It’s a powerful tool that can be used to improve leadership skills, build team cohesion, and promote organizational change. 

In order to be an effective leader, you need to be able to not only understand social learning, but also be able to use the right tools and techniques to get the most out of your team. 

What's included in this online course?

A step-by-step guide

 By fully understanding the process of social learning, it is possible to enhance both social and learning skills to reap the full benefits of any social learning situation. We'll guide you there. 

Study at your own pace

You can enroll in this course whenever you want, and study at your own time and pace. It is available 24/7 as long as you have internet access. 

Unique learning experience

You will not learn just by watching many hours of videos. We are offering interactive courses with different media and quizzes, to improve your knowledge.

What do Participants Learn?

As a result of participating in this online social leadership course, participants will be able to:

  • Define and use social learning;
  • Identify social learning tools;
  • Manipulate group dynamics and culture;
  • Craft and lead role-play scenarios;
  • Practice being a role model;
  • Understand modeling and observation.

Course Content

  • Setting the Right Group Dynamic (communicating, collaborating, sharing of best practices, refining ideas, diversity builds knowledge, social interactions, people are different, dealing with difficult people);
  • Develop a Social Learning Culture at Work (making the connection, tagging star employees, recognizing teaching moments, a culture of questioning, safe to share environment, instilling a passion for learning, instilling a sense of sharing, learning in the social unit, remove the fear of feedback or criticism, creating a social unit, imitation and modelling, empowering learners);
  • Role-Playing (identify work-related scenarios, add variables, assign roles, prepare role-players, act, debrief, mirror good examples, general role-playing tips);
  • Utilizing the Right Tools (mentoring, social media, critical thinking, gamification, relevant resources selection, job shadowing, knowledge management, social facilitation); 
  • Modelling and Observational Learning (inspired by leaders, boosting self-efficacy, peer role models, generating engagement);