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Hybrid working is a hot topic, but what about hybrid learning. Is it just learning in a hybrid working context, or could it be more?
Our new hybrid learning
What you really need to know...
How hybrid learning drives hybrid working
Considerations for your future-focused strategy
Implications for hybrid careers
Making the best use of time, space, and opportunities to grow skills and capabilities. Done well, hybrid can be agile, inclusive and future-focused.
Traditional ways of working simply don’t work well in a hybrid context. It’s time to make fresh, informed and intentional choices – for individuals, teams & organizations.
Learner readiness always impacts the effectiveness of learning, but even more so in a hybrid context. However, with the right approach, learners can be even more ready and willing to learn.
Whilst digital channels offer a lot to the hybrid learning world, they are also not without their pitfalls. Designing face to face, virtual and hybrid learning opportunities all require a level of insight, expertise and experimentation to get them right.
As traditional career paths are changing, navigating modern careers has become more challenging, but also more liberating. Career pivots are no longer rare. Lateral career moves are becoming increasingly popular.
Measuring is both a science and an art – needing robust data, pictures, compelling storytelling. The approach needs to be multi-dimensional – like a Rubik’s cube.
Let’s address the questions you really need answered – what is hybrid learning, what benefits can it bring, how does it work in practice, where can I get help?
In the wake of Covid-19, the hybrid workplace — one in which some employees are co-located in an office and others are working remotely — presents challenges for managers. Employees’ needs are always varied. But now, as we navigate returning to workplaces, our team members are likely to be dealing with different situations.
Too often, learning – mostly in the form of courses -- is not fully aligned with the skills and capabilities the business needs for the future (to achieve its business goals and growth), or what employees need to reach their career aspirations. Learning must deliver mutual benefit – for employees and employers.
How ready, willing and able is your L&D function for hybrid learning?
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