Training and development plays a key role in helping both learners, and their organizations, build resilience and adapt during times of change.
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Among the most popular approaches to future-proofing the workplace is the emphasis on building “T-shaped people” with “power skills.”
In the modern workplace, success relies on an individual’s capacity to cope and thrive amid stress.
Creating true organizational capability requires intentional learning designs that leverage the best of modern practices to create behavior change at scale.
While retraining functional job tasks is relatively straightforward, soft skills training requires a more targeted and custom approach.
As organizations contemplate hybrid in-office/work-from-anywhere (WFA) models, virtual reality can provide powerful learning experiences to remote and on-site employees.
Training telehealth workers on core soft skills like communication, empathy and agility will drive patient-centric experiences now and long after the pandemic subsides.