Is L&D Ready for “The New Learning Era”?

We’ve all been hit hard by this pandemic in both our personal and professional lives. Some governments chose to lockdown their communities, which has been a difficult experience for us, our families, and our organizations. Adjusting to our digital “home offices” was the only option to continue working, and despite many challenges we’ve started to see several advantages: no commutes, determining our own pace, and shorter, more efficient remote meetings.

Early lessons from these turbulent times indicate that:

This crisis is further driving digital transformation. We can commit to making the digital workplace thrive. Travel and events look to be limited or postponed for a longer period of time. Online meetings lack the warmth of in-person meetings, but surprisingly have also given us more insights into the personal lives of the people we connect to.

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