COVID-19 Learning Circle #3: How should L&D respond?

by Tom Stone, Charisse Kosova

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Session Focus: Is your team experiencing Collaborative Overload?
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Case study:
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During this highly interactive group discussion we dive into i4cp’s research with Tom Stone:

Is there Collaborative Overload?

  1. How much are remote workers suffering from collaborative overload? What is the main cause… video meetings, collaboration tools, email, etc.?
  2. What positives are people getting from the past several weeks of remote work/pandemic conditions? (e.g., no commute is huge for many, but some mentioned increased time for learning)
  3. Are we measuring the effectiveness?

Then with Charisse Kosova, we examined forward-thinking, innovative solutions to the following top of mind issues and reflections:

  1. How do we continue developing learning from internal experts (as facilitator or SME) as we are challenged to cut costs?
  2. Updates: What are some updates on re-skilling efforts from our first session in the beginning of April?
  3. Reflections: What are some lessons we have learned from increased virtual delivery?
  4. Continue discussion: How do we provide content around “leading during times of ambiguity”?
ELE produces this COVID-19 How should L&D respond? Learning Circle.
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