With more and more employees working remotely, there’s an increasing need to provide hard-to-reach colleagues and learners with a deeply engaging, collaborative experience.
Employers that don’t provide flexible working should take notice: More than one in three employees would change companies if offered more flexibility, including over one-third of all directors and managers.
Adaptive learning focuses on the knowledge and skills that employees do not possess or are less confident in. Its “teaching-by-asking” approach probes what people already know and uncovers and fixes knowledge and skill gaps as well as misconceptions.
Wherever you are on the continuum of moving to the virtual classroom, you are likely asking the same questions: What’s new in virtual training? Where is it going next? What do we need to do to prepare?
Companies always need to find viable solutions to keep employees engaged and productive. Providing continuous learning opportunities for everyone – no matter where they are located – is a good way to start.
Developing your talent virtually is becoming increasingly more complex and requires a thoughtful, strategic approach, from onboarding a new hire to developing a seasoned professional.
The remote workplace is here to stay. The challenge to companies is how to continue to carry out the critical mission of learning in a non-traditional workplace atmosphere.