Help Employees Thrive with Self-Directed Learning in the Remote Workplace

For learners locked into a remote-work existence, progressing through corporate-mandated modules can be a slog. This is, at least in part, because those types of programs are not really designed to help learners master knowledge. They’re designed to build the minimum skills necessary for employees to function within their roles.

It’s a bit like the minimum viable product model in which a product is developed that just meets consumer needs, and is then launched with the intention of further development and refinement over time. The problem is that employees are human beings, not products, and if they are not engaged in their learning and work, they will look elsewhere.

Thankfully, there are ways that you can help employees thrive and move forward toward mastery with self-directed learning. Even a remote workplace poses no real issues here. In this post, we will discuss critical strategies necessary to encourage self-directed learning in the remote workplace.

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