Using Virtual Classrooms to Build Human Experiences

L&D professionals have learned a lot since the shift to remote work forced in-person training online. Many discovered that the experiences did not translate well.

However, research from Fosway and McKinsey supports the notion that well-designed virtual classroom experiences can be effective and good options for advancing critical business initiatives and fostering relationships among remote and hybrid workers.

What’s inside

  • How organizations are seeing success with live virtual training
  • How the shift to virtual delivery spurred innovation in training approaches
  • Why virtual platforms need to support human experiences
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