Learning Agility: Are you ready for the future of learning?
Overnight, many employees were required to work from home while essential personnel had to stay safe in an altered workplace. As companies scrambled to adjust, it became clear that traditional learning practices were no longer enough.
To manage, train, and communicate with your workforce during these challenging times and beyond, you need learning agility. This means being able to adapt quickly and flexibly to changing circumstances.
In this eGuide, we explore the concept of learning agility and explain the five tenets you must follow to deliver agile learning to all your employees.