The Future of Training

 14th July 2017 by gihan

In the past, workplace education was done mostly through training courses. But digital disruption has transformed the education industry, and there are now so many other ways to learn and teach. The best organisations use a combination of learning environments – including in-person workshops, online learning, one-on-one coaching, and more. By tapping into a variety of ways to accelerate learning in your organisation, you cater to individual needs, build on existing knowledge, and create exponential learning.

You can watch the recording here:

After the webinar, I asked participants “What was the most useful thing you learned today?” Here are some of their answers:

“Learning and awareness.”

“MOOC Learning”

“Cost effectiveness of time in training vs time doing post work etc.”

“The notion of Reverse Mentoring”

“slack & trello”

“That the information I have been taking from my children has a name:)”

“Reminder that we are living in times of rapid change where different cultures co-exist.”

“Flipped program and flipped teacher including reverse mentor. I think these could be very valuable opportunities in our organisation”

“Always a pleasure to hear great speaker put wonderful content in a succinct & useful way.”

“Stats from Columbia uni re: the importance of flipping the classroom”

“MOOcs and reverse mentoring”

“Flip the teacher and classroom. Reverse mentoring”

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