Collaborative learning experiences not only cultivate essential skills to address business challenges but also reinvigorate your company’s sense of community.
Whether used as part of your business continuity plans or for continuous professional development, the growing role of remote learning is paramount.
As an L&D professional, don’t forget to support informal learning opportunities and find ways to connect, collaborate and communicate virtually.
Let’s take a quick look at the 70/20/10 model and explore how we can better adopt and align this model to address today’s multigenerational workforce.
COVID-19 accelerated the shift to virtual training, and while virtual is here to stay, technology hasn’t kept pace with the rapid shifts in how we work and learn.
Informal learning happens organically, an extension of the way we have learned since childhood. It is self-directed, self-motivated and usually in situ, as a form of performance support.
Regardless of where you are in the journey to reenter the outside world, whether your employees will join you may remain to be seen. As a result, it’s important for you to know how they’re learning and to create new opportunities for development.
Even though much of virtual learning is self-paced and geared for individual consumption, learning leaders can still make it social.
Docebo Inc., a global leader in artificial intelligence-powered learning technology, has been at the forefront of social learning technologies. Today, Docebo continues this dedication by renaming Coach & Share to Discover, Coach & Share.