Training the workforce has never been easy! Especially with technology and business goals changing at lightning speed. And with this year coming to an end, I’m sure we’ve all had our fair share of experiences and learning. Some tasks were easily handled, while others posed quite a challenge. Well, what sets winners apart is the ability to learn from the past to ensure a better, more productive present and future. And if you, too, have a knack for winning, why not improve your chances by gaining insights into eLearning trends for the upcoming 2023?
Preparing for 2023?
Given below are the eLearning trends to help you achieve your training goals:
- The proactive role of training in facilitating business goals
- Active involvement of L&D in supporting strategic goals
- The 70:20:10 model is undergoing a shift to 55:25:20
- Virtual and experiential modes of learning are here to stay
If you’re wondering where you can find these trends with relevant data and information, we’ve got you covered. We’ve organized a webinar to help you better understand eLearning trends that will facilitate successful training and support your business goal achievement. From different learning formats gaining prominence to the latest tools and technology in talks, leave no stone unturned while you start with your new year’s L&D ventures. Are you ready? Then let’s get started.
eLearning Trends for 2023: Set Sail to Win
The Proactive Role of Training in Facilitating Business Goals
How does your company measure success? Probably in terms of goal achievement. Every business aspires to be on top of its game but that journey is not free of challenges. These challenges vary immensely and the demand for corporate training also varies accordingly. It can be in the form of development programs, performance support, compliance training, etc. Corporate training helps by providing a better idea and understanding of the organizational goals and aligning the efforts of the workforce to achieve them. To facilitate all these aspects, the L&D department plays an integral role.
Learning and development professionals are tasked with helping organizations meet their business objectives. In the traditional scenario, this role was often seen in terms of providing training as and when required. But with changing times and organizational objectives, the traditional role just won’t do. Therefore, L&D leaders need to up their game and are now seen as consultative partners rather than order-takers. They hold immense potential to help businesses tackle various challenges in an effective manner.
If you wish to know what the major challenges faced by businesses are and how to overcome them, book a spot in our webinar today!
Active Involvement of L&D in Supporting Strategic Goals
The importance of L&D in supporting strategic goals has never been greater. Its role has evolved from the one of simply providing training to one that actively supports company strategy. This shift is due in part to the fact that many companies have found themselves challenged by external factors, such as rapid technological change or changing consumer preferences. In order to remain competitive, they need to ensure that their employees are prepared to meet these changes.
But there’s more to it than that. Companies also need employees who can help them adapt quickly and effectively when faced with unexpected challenges. The ability of an employee to function autonomously under pressure is essential for success in today’s business environment, but not all employees demonstrate this ability. That’s where the skills of L&D professionals come into place. Which attributes do you need to focus on?
Attend our webinar to know the crucial skills that L&D leaders just can’t afford to miss.
The 70:20:10 Model is Undergoing a Shift to 55:25:20!
Learning habits have undergone a major shift. The way we consume information is no longer limited to paperback formats, eBooks, or training modules. That’s right! People are acquiring information from different sources and in multiple ways which include online interaction, chats, podcasts, posts, and much more. With all these methods becoming a part of learning, training formats also need to be curated in a manner that aligns well with the learning objectives and habits of the employees and fulfills business goals at the same time.
Which learning solution is taking the lead and how the numbers have changed for experiential, social, and formal learning is what can benefit you extremely to design and develop your learning strategies.
To know more about which format falls under which category and promises an effective result, register for our webinar now!
Virtual and Experiential Modes of Learning are Here to Stay
Online learning or in-person training? This debate has been going on for a while now. Both modes of learning, online and offline, have their own strengths and shortcomings but as the trends have it, the virtual mode of learning is taking the lead and is here to stay. For various reasons, of course! We all remember the impacts of Covid-19 vividly. It challenged the already existing training and learning formats along with bringing some significant changes in business goals achievement. Although unplanned and almost unwelcomed, some elements from Covid time have now become an inseparable part of corporate training. It helped businesses realize and harness the potential of digital platforms that were previously left unattended.
If you’re wondering which online modes of learning will share the limelight or sway the training industry single-handedly, this webinar is just perfect for you.
With the rapid pace at which technological innovations are taking place, it’s clear that this field is not standing still. Companies need to be ready to adapt to these new trends and harness them in various ways, such as acquiring what’s trending and implementing them in their learning programs. And if you’re wondering what else is brewing in the corporate training world. The answer is — a lot more! From training investments to popular training formats to tapping into the potential of the metaverse, what will work best for you, and what are your competitors up to.
Know all the details and plan your strategy accordingly to give your business goals a good start this coming year! The webinar is scheduled on 6th December 2022 at 11 AM EDT. The duration of the webinar will be 1 hour, of which 15 minutes will be dedicated to Q&A. Register now!