Learning by Doing Is the Most Effective Method for Developing Your Employees
While some businesses may opt to teach workers in the office before enabling them to work from home, others may need to choose the best way to train remote employees. Torunn Dahl of Deloitte emphasizes the need to remember that the fundamental components of learning have not altered due to remote working. Having a defined set of criteria for what is optimal can assist businesses in making case-by-case choices. Consider if the learning purpose is to develop connections and networks, improve technical skills, or learn by doing.