As workers hold out for better jobs that offer more professional growth, they are reassessing the role of work and the workplace in their lives in search of a different sort of relationship with their employers and careers.
For training professionals, a hybrid workforce presents a host of challenges. How can learning leaders deliver training that meets all their compliance requirements while also being meaningful and impactful?
Leading hybrid teams is becoming more complex. Leaders are tasked with creating a collaborative, cohesive culture that merges remote workers with in-office teams while maintaining consistently high performance.
Please join us for this complimentary Training Industry webinar sponsored by GP Strategies. Your host, Matt Donovan, CLO at GP Strategies, will explore learning trends for 2022.
Game-based learning makes learning more enjoyable — but it’s also specifically designed to get employees job-ready, in less time.
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As some in-person work and training re-emerges, people expect to have the choice between on site and online formats, even down to the very last moment. Because of this, trainers need to be ready to work in a variety of hybrid settings at a moment's notice.
Whether working in the office or online, managers will need to be able to adjust their leadership approach in order to facilitate meaningful dialogue and ensure their team members are heard.