Training in the New Now

Suffice it to say, it’s been an odd year. From March 11, 2020 to March 11, 2021 much has changed. And, while some things may “return to normal,” many things will not. People have a heightened sense of concern about contracting airborne or other contagious diseases. Physical closeness with others (whether strangers, coworkers, and even friends and family) may have taken a permanent hit as we’ve grown accustomed to mask-wearing and social distancing. People may now be prone to worry (if not outright suspicion or paranoia) about the health of others and whether their wellness could be affected by formerly commonplace acts of congregating.

We won’t get into the finer psychological points of whether these changes should sadden or depress us, or whether this is just another evolution of humanity that we must accept with clarity, responsibility, and optimism. The real question for this blog and for today is “How do these altered outlooks translate to the business world and more specifically, to training and L&D?”

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