Out of necessity, the pandemic ushered in a new wave of remote learning. While the initial stages of the lockdown had everyone waiting with bated breath for the return to in-person training, it quickly became apparent the paradigm had forever shifted. Despite initial reluctance, training and learning via Zoom and other virtual platforms soon became the norm and revealed the good and the bad associated with those modalities. Now, as the pandemic begins to wane, we are faced with a different crisis – what did we learn and what does it mean for the future?
In a world where virtual learning is here to stay, answering the question of “What now?” requires us to thoughtfully evaluate how we got here and how we can leverage the knowledge gained during the pandemic to address one of trainings greatest historical challenges – how we reinforce learning to move from knowledge to behavior change.
- Summarize how distance learning evolved from WW2 to today
- Assess why moving from knowledge transfer to behavior change has been one of L&D’s greatest challenge
- Describe how the pandemic revealed and accelerated achievement of moving knowledge to behavior change
- Discuss the new paradigm in how to effectively leverage distance learning to reinforce training
Join Pat D'Amico, Founder and CEO of About-Face Development, LLC, for this illuminating discussion on how to keep the gears turning. In this session you will learn:
December 1st, 2021 at 11:00 am PDT, 2:00 pm EDT, 7:00 pm GMT