As the pandemic shows no signs of slowing down and we're moving into the year 2022, most workplaces have developed a hybrid work model. How does this affect how workplace training is carried out? Let's see what the future ofworkplace training might look like.
1. Mobile and Asynchronous Training
As more employees work remotely, it is difficult to have people come in for physical training sessions. Mobile training via internet platforms and asynchronous training modules is one step that must be taken to provide adequate training in a hybrid workplace.
2. Personalized Training
Training sessions can no longer be designed to suit all your employees with new and diverse situations emerging every day. Each employee has a different experience with hybrid work, and training has to be individualized and personalized to meet their needs.
Gamification is a cutting-edge way to make employee training interactive and engaging. It involves using the elements of games - such as having points allotted and a scoreboard - to encourage participation and help employees implement their knowledge and skills in different situations.
Microlearning reduces the burden of sitting through hours of training sessions that can get monotonous and make the employees feel like they are being bombarded with information. Microlearning involves bite-sized resources and short courses and training activities.
5. On-site Training Alongside Online Training
Screen fatigue is very real, so although a hybrid model can shift most workplace training online, some on-site training activities should continue. This helps your employees feel more connected to their team and breaks the monotony of remote work.
Use some of these training models to keep up with the future of workplace training in a hybrid workplace. For more information on how Inspire CMG can increase your team's performance, contact us for your next Lunch & Learn or Virtual Workshop.