Mindfulness training can help remote employees manage their mental and emotional well-being “before it manages them,” preventing burnout and maximizing productivity and engagement.
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As we pave a way toward a post-COVID workplace, we asked a few executives in innovators across the learning industry which training trends and shifts they feel will persist in the future of work.
Learning in the workplace presents the perfect opportunity to propagate organic social learning and collaboration.
As we look toward what will hopefully be a brighter 2021, let’s take a look at the deals that took place in the training market in the first quarter of this new year.
In this episode of The Business of Learning, sponsored by CrossKnowledge, we hear from L&D experts about supporting social and informal learning in the workplace.
People want to learn from people. So, how can you use all the tools and strategies at your disposal to create a culture of social learning in your organization?
The good news is that virtual training experiences can exceed the quality of in-person sessions when they’re structured properly with the right strategies.
Virtual learning platforms speed up the adoption of technology skills and software applications throughout an organization.
High-performing organizations take a more human approach to virtual employee onboarding. They are creating experiences that prioritize introducing company culture and values, forming social connections, and building and fostering community.