With 50% of the workforce planning to never return to the office, it creates a significant challenge for developing this talent.
In-person training is great, but with the added travel cost on top of an already expensive training program, relying on training people in-person has become too much of a strain on the bottom line for many organizations. And let’s not forget many people don’t want to go to the office for any reason, let alone for training.
Creating learning programs with a remote-first mindset is the answer to these challenges. Instead of taking a traditional training program and finding a way to “make it work” for remote employees, you start designing all training programs for a virtual environment as the primary delivery method. This is easier said that done.
To help you understand how to create a remote-first learning ecosystem, we encourage to join our session to learn:
- Differences between remote-first vs. traditional training programs
- Pros and cons of a remote-first learning ecosystem
- How to create a remote-first learning ecosystem