Learning in a hybrid working environment
During the pandemic, we shifted wholesale towards working and learning online, and not always in a considered, well-planned way. It’s now time to take a step back and consider the role of remote learning, whether in a live virtual setting, asynchronous or offline.
In this session we will look at:
The skillset and mindset of those designing and delivering such sessions. There are distinct differences that make the learner experience unique – simply replicating the face-to-face learning environment is a mistake.
A hybrid approach to learning, where learners are participating in synchronous activities while based in different locations, or where the facilitator may have learners present in the physical training space as well as online. These types of events carry some risk, and we need to consider the learner experience carefully.
The cultural shift required to reposition and repurpose learning for a modern hybrid working environment. Learning is needed more than ever now, but for remote and hybrid workers the most common form of learning won’t be the live session, whether that is virtual or not. We must recognise this and shift the culture accordingly.