Solidifying L&D’s Strategic Position Post-Pandemic

2020 presented an unprecedented time for most organizations. The speed and scope of the changes thrust upon businesses by the COVID-19 pandemic were unlike anything seen in recent history. Many organizations that believed they were “change-ready” discovered they were using an outdated definition of what change really is. The Learning & Development function was not immune.

Normal is Not Normal

As a society, the time has come for us to make a decision. For our own mental health, we need to shift our mindset to look away from “returning to normal” and instead think about how we can manage our own stress and anxiety. This applies to employees as well as managers, who should be thinking, “How do I do my best in ways that help myself and this organization find success while minimizing stress?”

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