COVID-19 and Remotely Training Your Workforce
While working from home, Heinrich is pounding out sales emails with the same alacrity as in the office. Lolita is managing complex IT projects without a pause. On the other hand, Justine is struggling to process accounts payable, and Tommy seems unable to mute his barking Labradoodle during online meetings.
Your workplace is probably similar—some employees can efficiently work remotely while others struggle to be connected and productive. To survive and retain talent, organizations need everyone to be effective while out of the office.
You can train your workforce to keep up with the latest processes and technology. Although face-to-face sessions are the best, it is possible to provide remote training to enable your staff to surpass the competition.
- What training topics should you cover now?
- How can you most effectively deliver training remotely?
- What should your virtual training process entail?
- Who should deliver remote training? When?
- How can you engage employees during virtual training?
- What are the best strategies to track outcomes?
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