Many of the clients I work with are high-fiving and celebrating that their learning content is available digitally and more easily accessed on demand. But, research shows that employees prefer to learn with others, whether that’s instructor-led training, virtual classrooms or collaborating with a mentor, leader, or peer. If learning is less about technology and more about human interaction, what can L&D organizations do to create and deploy scalable solutions but still meet learners where they are?
During this session, Britney Cole, Director of Innovation and Learning Experience, helps you strive for that balance of going digital with a human touch. She discusses solutions that can bring the best of both worlds – including: virtual coaching; digital onboarding programs; and time-bound, cohort-driven learning experiences. A balance is possible!
Britney provides key insights on:
- Organizational preferences for digital, self-directed, and on-demand
- Learner preferences for collaboration, connection, and personalization
- Designing, developing, and deploying training and learning experiences that can achieve the preferences of both
Download the slides from this session.