Updated: Apr 21, 2021
We all know professional development is important.
We need to maintain our credentials.
We need to develop our skills.
Yet it never fails: team members are scrambling at the end of the year to meet their professional development goals.
Research has revealed that corporate learning is an explosive industry, but one of the biggest challenges to achieving professional development goals is time. The question is, how do we overcome this barrier and promote learning and development in our organizations?
Our first inclination is to send staff to face-to-face training. Expensive. Time-consuming. Week long. Offsite. Training.
“While face-to-face training is effective and has its place, it does not solve the dilemma of time when it comes to fitting training into our schedules. To address this challenge, we need to think out-of-the-box.”
Below are five simple strategies to develop your staff as an alternative to face-to-face training: