Creating and Delivering Highly Engaging Learning in a Hybrid Work Environment

or decades, instructor-led classroom training has been the most commonly used method to deliver learning in the corporate environment. In 2019, just before the pandemic, 95% of companies in Brandon Hall Group’s Learning & Development Benchmarking Study leveraged ILT to some degree. Even as companies have been exploring more informal and experiential learning, the majority of instruction still took place in the classroom. Then the pandemic took the classroom out of the equation almost overnight, forcing organizations to devise alternatives for a remote workforce. 

Innovative Approaches to Redefine Your Leadership Development Training

Employers should provide time for their leaders and high potentials to absorb what they have learned and apply it in a safe environment, such as peer groups and live or online simulations. In addition to formal training, at least half of organizations say their leaders will leverage videos, web-based training, job aids, infographics, podcasts, or tool kits to get additional information on leadership.

Building the Next-Generation Learning Technology Ecosystem

he learning process. Brandon Hall Group and ELB Learning are partnering on a webinar that explores what it takes to build and sustain a next-generation learning technology ecosystem. It will feature leaders from some of ELB’s technology solutions discussing strategies and considerations when it comes to learning technology selection, implementation, and integration.