Corporate Learning Trends in 2022

Corporate Learning Trends in 2022

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1. Virtual Reality Training

In the light of new technological capabilities like PhotoHaptic gloves, virtual reality training will be more realistic.  A haptic glove is a wearable device. It allows users to experience realistic touch and interactions through advanced tactile feedback.  Therefore, a haptic glove eliminates the need for 

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1. Virtual Reality Training

handheld VR controllers. As a result, the minimization of distractions from handheld controllers is possible.

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2. Diversity, Equity, And Inclusion Training

Organizations will continue prioritizing DEI topics. Such training would do the following things: 1. Creating awareness of different DEI topics among employees. 2. Creating a sense of belonging among employees 3. Increasing employee engagement

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3. More Access Options to Reach Remote Learners

Remote working is increasing, and organizations will need to continue providing remote access options while training.  For instance, organizations can conduct instructor-led training with in-person learners with a live-streaming session to reach remote employees. To do so, organizations must revamp the content of their training sessions to be live-streamed to remote employees.

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4. Interactive Learning Elements

Gamification is used in eLearning courses to keep learning exciting and increase interactivity.  Gamification and other interactive techniques will grow in popularity as organizations engage learners with their training.

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5. Continued Focus on Learning for Hybrid Working

Hybrid working is the future of the corporate world. It is becoming the preferred choice for many employees.  According to a Gartner study, 48% of employees will most probably work at least part of the time remotely after COVID-19. It contrasts with the 30% of employees who did so before the pandemic. Therefore, L&D will have to continue to focus 

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5. Continued Focus on Learning for Hybrid Working

on training programs for the hybrid workforce.

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6. Learning In the Flow of Work

Learning can happen in the workplace. The employer can embed learning in an employee’s daily jobs. It encourages employees to be more proactive, take ownership of their learning experiences, and achieve their personal and professional goals.

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7. Personalized Learning

The pandemic brought changes in the learning experience. It is replacing week-long mandatory training sessions with more personalized experiences.  Personalized learning encourages people to learn more often. It will elevate business productivity, and the obvious result will be better performance.

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8. Robust LMS

L&D teams must make sure that the learners are genuinely engaged with the learning experience you are giving them. Organizations must have a robust LMS to help them upskill/reskill in the workflow.

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9. Expanded data collection

Gartner’s analysis shows that 16% of employers use technologies to monitor their employees. It includes virtual clocking in and out, tracking work computer usage, and watching employee emails.  Some organizations track productivity and monitor employee engagement and well-being. Follow best practices. Please ensure 

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9. Expanded data collection

responsible use of employee information.

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10. Using Multi-Media to Engage Learners

Create memorable learning experiences to capture learners’ attention and encourage them to return for more.  Learner engagement is critical for success. L&D can put in interactive sessions combined with pre-recorded ones, live lectures, quizzes, on-demand videos, presentations, etc.

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11. Upskilling/Reskilling for the Workforce

Along with general reskilling towards new skills, there will also be a need for a renewed focus on other types of upskilling. It includes Leadership Training, Compliance Training, Role-specific Training, and Company Culture Training.

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12. Microlearning

Microlearning is a form of learning focused on creating bite-sized, easy-to-consume learning solutions.  They are usually about 60 to 90 seconds long. Microlearning makes it easier to repurpose and refresh, which can be offered to employees to reinforce what they have already learned.

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13. Social Learning

Employees naturally connect and share knowledge in their workspace.  However, with remote working, many are missing the regular, face-to-face interactions. Social Learning uses live chats, social streams, and private groups to connect employees.

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14. Just in Time Learning

Just in Time Learning offers employees learning support in the workflow, becoming more productive.  This is because they invest their time in the learning they require.

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15. Allowing more time for learning

Organizations are implementing learning for their employees.  Some have their internal universities, Learning Management Systems, and training modules, while others outsource training development.

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16. Cybersecurity training

Cybersecurity is relevant right now, as cyber-attacks and breaches have increased.  Most businesses have migrated onto the online scene. Cybersecurity training is a priority for businesses. Organizations need to protect their employees, data, and financial information.

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17. More dynamic HR and L&D departments

HR and L&D are redefining recruiting, onboarding, and training new employees.  Organizations are working with people from around the world. HR and L&D teams will work together to accommodate the employee hiring and training process changes.

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18. Introducing the concept of working for the well-being

A work-life balance is the many employees now. A better sense of cooperation between leaders and company executives will build strategies that benefit entire organizations and each employee.

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19. Mobile Learning

Mobile technology is causing shifts in how we live, work, and learn. Therefore, online learning intended for mobile devices is in practice. L&D is addressing all the challenges that have come with the pandemic. Organizations must always ensure that their L&D is all set to cater to the hybrid workforce and the organization’s changing needs. 

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19. Mobile Learning

The trends discussed in this article are here to stay in the corporate world in 2022 and beyond. Please make sure your organization is catering to these changing needs.

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