There are two specific factors that contribute to a successful hybrid class: tech setup and facilitation skill.
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Being engaged as an employee looks different for different people and the tricky part for organizations is realizing that a “one-size-fits-all” strategy is no longer enough.
If you haven’t embraced the “new normal” yet, it’s time to face reality. The workplace will never be the same.
Despite the advantages, remote work also has the potential to reveal and exacerbate inequity in our workplaces. Therefore, as we move forward into the future of work, the challenge will be to create workplace environments with equity in mind.
The rise of remote learning amid the COVID-19 pandemic positioned the company for unprecedented growth as companies — and learners — worldwide looked for continuous learning and upskilling solutions that they could access remotely.
Learn practical tips for bridging in-person training into a virtual space while preserving impact and learning effectiveness.
Over the next few years, learning and development opportunities will start to blend in with day-to-day work, making learning more seamless in the flow of work.