2. Integrate Technology
It should go without saying that in a time where organisations have become so dependent on technology, it’s imperative that L&D leaders work with HR to ensure that they’re using the latest technologies to enhance the quality of their employees’ varied learning experiences - a factor that is also critical for learner engagement.
This not only promotes collaboration but brings colleagues closer together during a time of rapid digital transformation.
After all, if organisations don’t stay up to date with the latest technology, they risk falling behind - risking higher employee turnover rates and negative impacts on the bottom line.
3. Share Best Practices
The most important thing to remember when it comes to hybrid learning - and learning in general - is to never assume that there isn’t more to learn once training is completed, especially as technology advances and continues to transform the world of work as we know it.
Therefore, it’s important to share best training practices with fellow L&D professionals, as well as share every win, fail, and what you’d do differently the next time around.
These practices help create a safe community where knowledge shared is knowledge gained, helping L&D remain at par with the ongoing changes across every industry.
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