The rise of hybrid work arrangements enables organizations to reimagine how they support and connect with their employees through learning and development.
Our Chief People Officer Katy Conway and Ellen Ourednik, our Senior Director of Learning & Development, recently outlined how organizations can rethink their approach to learning and development on HR.com. They suggest adopting a learning culture, cultivating a more purposeful learning environment, offering a mix of in-person and virtual connections and maintaining an agile approach.
“The hybrid workplace has made learning and development initiatives easier to deploy and removed barriers created by the narrower construct of traditional in-person learning,” wrote Conway and Ourednik. “In today’s ever-changing hybrid landscape, it is imperative to have an agile learning practice that enables engagement across a variety of modalities, encourages vulnerable learnings and is informed by consistent feedback.”