With a solid digital learning program in place, it’s possible to create opportunities that better engage, connect and empower your remote workforce.
As L&D continues to grow and adapt, so do the challenges training professionals face in their roles. In no other time has this been more apparent than in 2020, when digital transformation became not just a nice-to-have but necessary for survival.
To evolve successfully, digital intelligence is a requisite for employees throughout your organization.
Going into 2021, it seems like hybrid models and digital workplaces are the way forward in a post-COVID world. Here are some trends to watch out for this year.
BenchPrep, an award-winning professional learning program, today announced milestones from a year of significant growth, including achieving 3x growth in new customers year-over-year, and 55 percent growth in organizations leveraging the platform.
The degree of change that is happening today and will continue moving forward is opening tremendous potential for B2B salespeople.
Organizations are increasingly providing and facilitating solutions that build employee innovation.
It is clear that most organizations will not be returning to where they were before the COVID-19 pandemic. Instead, the best organizations are coming back to an unusual opportunity not only to recover but to improve.
As we climb out of the COVID-19 downturn, companies that ignore the need for upskilling programs will face significant talent challenges.
Advances in technology are reshaping the contours of work as well as the training that people need to be able to do it. It is a change that companies throughout the developed world are scrambling to keep on top of.