Most organisations have them: those individuals who have been given managerial responsibilities with little training. These are the accidental managers, and they need your support.
The pandemic has changed work for ever, and with it, the digital workplace.
Employee wellbeing has become a top priority for learning and development professionals as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic and lockdown.
If ever there was a time for managers to think about how to communicate effectively with remote teams, it’s now, for very obvious reasons.
Embracing a digitally-led future of learning requires Learning and Development teams to look beyond today’s challenges and plan with a bigger picture in mind.