Making Collaborative Learning More Inclusive For Hybrid Workers

by Brainier

As millions of workers return to the workplace and re-adjust to in-person collaboration, many will remain virtual, at least part of the time. Despite the location, ongoing employee collaboration is a non-negotiable for organizations to operate, innovate, and remain competitive in the hopes of retaining top talent. This eBook shows you how to empower both in-person and remote employees to contribute at equivalent levels by leveraging collaborative learning.

 

 

Key Chapters

  1. Signs That Remote And Hybrid Employees Are Here To Stay

  2. A Culture Shift In Learning

  3. Leveraging Peer-To-Peer Collaboration

  4. Collaboration In Real-time

  5. Learning Technology That Is As Flexible As Your Team

  6. Self-Directed Learning & Collaboration

Meeting the needs for collaboration requires a space beyond a conference room or the water cooler. Technology must bridge the gap between employees to provide an inclusive learning experience.

As many organizations move to remote or hybrid work models, the need for collaborative and supportive learning experiences becomes even more vital. This eBook explores how to formulate the right strategy and choose the right tech to spark employee collaboration.

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Christopher Pappas
Founder of eLearning Industry, Inc.