Learning in a Hybrid Work Environment

Over the last two years, organizations sorted out their response to the pandemic environment and built their strategies around a workforce where a large portion work remotely. This is having an impact on L&D teams where the bulk of learning occurred in person for years. Companies had to figure out how to simultaneously meet the learning needs of on-site and remote workers, while addressing the business’ changing needs.

Hybrid Work Requires a Human Touch

Brandon Hall Group teamed up with Smartchoice Preferred Provider Class Technologies to present a webinar that looks at ways to keep the human connection in what has become a somewhat isolated and remote work world. In situations where people can’t gather together in person for learning, it is critical to think about how technology can be used to approximate that connectivity. The webinar will explore what worked and what hasn’t during the pandemic and its impact on the learning culture.

Five Steps to Effectively Lead Change

Change is not a single thing. Every change an organization makes, from improving employees’ work experience to reimagining recruitment, career development and performance management and everything in between, is different and requires nuanced leadership and management. As organizations determine their future-of-work priorities, the scope of change that leaders will have to manage can be overwhelming.

In a Remote World, Bring the Classroom to the Learners

The biggest challenge with adopting classroom-specific technology is that it presented yet another platform for employees to adjust to amid an almost entirely virtual work life. Every aspect of the employee experience now came with some virtual/digital component that people had to figure out, which presented a growing taxation of the time available to do their actual jobs.