The companies that are successfully adapting to the new normal are taking holistic look at how their employees fit into the overall business structure.
Training games can connect and engage your remote workers through the power of play, while also teaching key skills in the process.
Everything from peer coaching and mentoring to podcasts, books and videos can constitute informal leadership development.
Social learning is interactive, with hands-on activities that raise interest levels and keep learners engaged.
If you want to grow your company and drive results, be human: Enable your employees to make training a social affair.
Learning in the workplace presents the perfect opportunity to propagate organic social learning and collaboration.
In this episode of The Business of Learning, sponsored by CrossKnowledge, we hear from L&D experts about supporting social and informal learning in the workplace.
The key lies in capturing employees’ knowledge and enabling them to share it with their peers in employee-generated learning.
People want to learn from people. So, how can you use all the tools and strategies at your disposal to create a culture of social learning in your organization?
To implement a social learning approach, learning functions should start with a basic assessment of what’s feasible for their employee population.