Don’t cut back on employee training.
Workplace learning has been one of the hardest hit business activities during the past year with many of the planned leadership and development training courses having been postponed or cancelled.
The issue is that businesses shouldn’t stop critical workplace learning and should put in place some steps to ensure that employees feel valued.
At the moment many of us are relying on virtual learning and it is clear that it is now the time to embrace alternative digital learning strategies that are changing the way we train our workforce for the future. Effective implementation of a digital workplace strategy with a changed learning culture can be an incentive for staff behaviour.
In fact, eLearning can spark new and innovative ways of training, and can be an advantage in some cases for those employees that don’t like attending courses with others. Companies have to adapt their leadership and development plans, and digital learning is one solution that will help your business to maintain a happy, productive and healthy team during these difficult times.
Sales and customer service training is still vitally important. Your sales team may have had to change the way they interact with customers and prospects because of increased frustrations on their part, but communication still has to carry on.
Employee training should be at the forefront of your operations and your business will then keep moving forward as safely and efficiently as possible. Providing developmental support, such as training opportunities and career mentoring, will stop employees feeling undervalued and maybe make them think twice about looking for a new position in a different company.
BC Training can help businesses to build a new foundation for effective virtual learning and eLearning is the most effective way to keep your workforce motivated.