While L&D leaders met the urgent need to move more into a digital environment during the pandemic, some have thrived, but others have dived. Rapid conversions from the classroom to virtual and reliance on vast online libraries have left both learning leaders and learners with a severe case of content fatigue at best, and at worse on the brink of opening up a major digital divide.
How can L&D better partner with organizations to support employee’s emersion into the digital world, which can be at their disposal in any given situation? If a valued partnership is not created, are organizations at risk of experiencing an even larger gap? In this webinar, we discussed how the divide is present in different technical skill levels of employees and why this divide may be the main reason of slowed or delayed productivity or upskilling. We also talked about:
As Owner of Learning Rebels, Shannon Tipton is a skilled learning strategist with over 20 years of leadership experience developing successful infrastructures for training departments across North America and Europe.
Shannon is excited to work with organizations to develop learning solutions to achieve applicable business results. Recognized as bringing real-world expertise into the learning field, Shannon integrates learning technologies to strengthen workplace alignment, enhance collaboration and increase learning connectivity.
As author of “Disruptive Learning” Shannon frequently speaks at conferences across North America and Europe. Recently named in the top 100 elearning “Movers and Shakers” by eLearning Industry, Shannon’s blog “Learning Rebels” is in the top 100 elearning blogs and can be found at learningrebels.com.