How to Create A Learning Culture in a Remote Workplace: 6 Actionable Tips

Remote workplace management hasn’t been easy for business leaders. But remote culture is something that’s here to stay. In fact, it is anticipated that 74% of the workforce will work remotely by 2028.

Thus, businesses need to prepare their remote task force to deal with the new changes. One of the best things that businesses can do today to empower their remote work culture is to create a learning culture.

Constant learning is a fundamental growth strategy for remote or even physical businesses. This facilitates businesses to adopt innovative technologies and be prepared for the future.

According to the Corporate Executive Board (CEB), learning culture means an open mindset and environment that supports shared learning for the upliftment of the organization.

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