Learning changes us. It helps us become better disciples of our profession, those who put forward the right questions, be more curious and aware. With learning, we develop an all-important growth mindset. This notion was evident over last year's remote work culture and showcased how employees valued and prioritized their learning via formal and informal learning. With workplace 2.0 in full effect, the L&D team must now focus on mapping skill requirements required to adapt to a hybrid future, where a combination of remote working and office goers will change the workplace.
Truly learning knows no boundaries, and the L&D team today has a sea of opportunities to transform its talent pool. You already have enough data of learner's behaviors and their viewpoint to help build, enable, and empower a future-ready workforce to meet tomorrow's challenges. So, how do you reimagine the learning and development for a hybrid workplace? Here's how:
This note is curated from the article: Reimagining learning and development for a hybrid workplace