Brighton (UK), March 2021 - LEO Learning has released its latest thought leadership eBook, which details the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the L&D industry and what we can expect from the future.
LEO Learning, a market leader in global learning strategy, content, and technology, has released a new eBook that looks at the transformative effect of the global pandemic on L&D and also presents reflections on the future of workplace learning.
The 28-page eBook features insights from LEO's Director of Strategic Design, Andrew Joly, following a challenging year of change across the working world. Based on what LEO has learned from its customers' experiences and its knowledge sharing sessions with senior L&D leaders throughout the past year, this eBook brings together insights across a range of important L&D functions and strategies.
"The Future of Workplace Learning: 7 Challenges and Innovations for Changing Times" discusses the future of
- learning technologies and systems
- learning culture
- building L&D capabilities
- social and collaborative learning
- proving the impact of learning programs
- L&D functions combined with other departments
- coaching and mentoring
This latest piece of thought leadership from LEO focuses on building a scalable, sustainable, and adaptable future for learning and development. As well as insight into the lessons learned and tangible takeaways, this eBook includes additional related resources, industry research, and quotes from senior L&D leaders.
Andrew Joly, LEO Learning's Director of Strategic Design said, "This past year has been challenging for everyone, but it's given me a lot of hope to see how well many L&D teams have adapted to the need for change. The overnight strategic pivot to virtual learning last year has, for the most part, been handled extremely well. We helped customers with huge variations of experience in digital and virtual learning transform their learning practices. This eBook is a reflection on some of the things we've learned from our customers, our 'campfire' sessions, our own strategic pivots since the COVID-19 pandemic began, and how we see the immediate future of learning being shaped by these events."