What L&D professionals need to know about social media for corporate training

Social media is one of the biggest shifts in the way we interact and communicate. While many blame it for a decrease in productivity, there’s much to be said about its benefits. There is an upside to leveraging the many facets of social media in formal and informal corporate training.

Top social sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn bring together geographically dispersed employees and offer a way of interacting and many learning opportunities. Many organizations are already using the numerous perks of social media to their advantage for customer engagement and staff training.

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