Technology has had a huge impact on our working world. The needs and expectations of the organization and the modern workforce have shifted, shifting, in turn, what’s expected from business leaders.
While leaders in the digital age face new challenges, they are also presented with a plethora of opportunities. New technical tools enable leaders to develop skills and behaviors quickly and efficiently.
Employees can sometimes feel like passengers – or even prisoners – rather than truly engaged participants in learning programs.
Learning should be something that’s part of the job, something that flows with – rather than interrupts – work. The Hub is a fresh take on digital learning: simple, engaging, fun and transformative.
Embracing a digitally-led future of learning requires L&D teams to look beyond current challenges and engage with the bigger picture.
The benefits of coherent learning include higher learner engagement, greater efficiency, shared understanding, improved effectiveness, and, of course, greater value for your money. Read this article to learn eight steps to coherent learning.
Global biopharmaceutical group Ipsen has partnered with learning specialist Hemsley Fraser to create virtual learning sessions to train its worldwide mentors and support a new performance engagement process.
Global learning provider Demos Group has appointed Todd Turner of Hemsley Fraser as its Chief Executive Officer. He will retain his role as CEO of Hemsley Fraser, which is part of Weidong-Demos.
Providing digital learning opportunities to employees can be a powerful tool for organizations but only if L&D teams choose their platform and resources with care.