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.
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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.
The choice to be fully present in a virtual meeting or training can change the experience from one of isolation to one of positive collaboration.
While social learning is inevitably affected by the decreasing in-person interactions, there are ways we can encourage it.
Informal learning is attractive to learning professionals and organizations because of the benefits it provides to both the learner and the organization.
Download this infographic to learn five best practices for creating an impactful virtual learning experience for your employees, wherever they work.
Effective virtual onboarding is one of the most meaningful and effective learning interventions you can invest in.
With a solid digital learning program in place, it’s possible to create opportunities that better engage, connect and empower your remote workforce.
Whether through moving existing in-person learning programs online or building new remote learning initiatives from the ground up, many training companies proved they could adapt and deliver amid the chaos.