Virtual training has enormous potential for organizations and learners alike, by reaching learners wherever they’re located, eliminating training travel costs and providing learning engagement techniques that may not be capable in a physical classroom.
Remote training is at the forefront of every L&D professional’s mind as the global COVID-19 pandemic thrust remote working into the spotlight. However, this crisis has merely accelerated a process that was going to happen anyway.
Almost all areas of business are rapidly changing, and your learning program is no exception. To thrive in this evolving environment, you must rethink your entire learning ecosystem to engage employees with learning that positively impacts your business.
This e-book offers expert insight on everything from training virtual teams to artificial intelligence (AI) in leadership development and provides actionable tips on how to set learners, and organizations, up for success.
As L&D professionals rapidly upskill in virtual training and quickly transfer in-person content into virtual, instructor-led, synchronous learning, a large gap in virtual training still remains: the asynchronous learner experience.
Remote working has forced a rethink of the value of virtual learning and what can be revamped, reconfigured and created from scratch to ensure that the current situation does not bring learning to an abrupt and sudden halt.
27 May 20201:00 pm ET
As employees transition to remote work in the wake of the COVID-19 global pandemic, new insights on how to effectively manage virtual employee engagement during a crisis are emerging.
Because of the uncertainty that everyone is facing right now, coaching is more important than ever. It gives you employees a connection to you, encouragement and a way to make meaningful progress.