When taking a new employee under your wing, it’s important to get them oriented to the ins and outs of your organization: the company culture, the standard operating procedures, policies. The works.
Perhaps one of the most important things to give them a firm understanding of is the organizational structure, because this influences so many aspects of the job.
“Who do I report to?”
“Who will I be working with?”
“What are my responsibilities?”
These are all questions that can be efficiently answered by one of our Storyline people profile interactions.
Here you’ll see a lineup of professionally dressed characters, each of them playing a different role in their organization. By hovering over each individual character with the mouse, a learner will be treated to a brief description of the character’s responsibilities, their position within the corporate structure, and any other pertinent information you wish to include.
We also have a similar interaction applied to the medical field, explaining the various different roles one sees throughout a medical facility: doctor, nurse, anesthesiologist, etc.
Notice in both templates how the person being discussed will assume a more open, conversational body language, as well as coming into focus while the others are blurred, drawing attention to the character in question. This also gives the impression of a panel discussion, each character speaking in turn until everyone has been heard from.
We also have a selection of speech bubble based interactions. You are once again presented with a lineup of characters, but this time, there is more room for information. Hovering on each character will once again present more open body language, but now they also have a speech bubble to call attention to themselves. Clicking on a character brings us to another slide displaying all the necessary info. Displayed are the construction and medical versions of this interaction.