It is clear that the future of work includes a larger portion of the workforce working remotely than prior to the pandemic. This has put tremendous strain on L&D teams as they figure out how to shift from a mostly event-driven, in-person learning model to something that meets the needs of a distributed and dynamic workforce. Companies must keep people connected as more and more of their work and learning experiences become virtual.

What you’ll learn:

  • Trends and innovations from the remote work era that look likely to stick
  • Technology’s role in fostering peer learning, community, and real-time coaching
  • The impact of hybrid work on learning cultures
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