Skill development is a very big reason for companies to continuously invest in training programs. But, as work culture becomes increasingly remote and need for new skills come up almost immediately, instructor-led trainings alone cannot fulfill your requirements. Gathering all employees under one roof, at one time for classroom training can become very difficult. If some employees miss the classroom sessions, then they do not have a concrete means to make up for the lost opportunity. Classroom trainings also lack dynamic assessment and feedback techniques, which would be valuable in constantly improving and updating the training material. Training a workforce spread over a wide geography becomes a big challenge when you use traditional modes of training.
Exceling in a dynamic corporate environment is all about achieving goals. And nothing will get you closer to achieving them than your refined skill set. Honed skills can make you more confident at doing your job. You can get things done faster and more proficiently. This improves workplace productivity, and will thus lead to the better profitability of your organization. But, how can you continuously develop the skill set of your employees?