L&D programs have relied on external trainers and lecturers for far too long. Often, the person most right for the job - whose experience and knowledge is rooted in the company's needs - is another employee. Not only that but by giving employees teaching opportunities, we'll also guarantee more engagement and meaningful learning for them and their peers. Much like any other L&D endeavors these days, doing it by video holds a promise to make it easier and better.
The inflation in virtual events – the only kind of events currently happening – over the past year has created a dissonance between the time spent planning and organizing and how easy it is to register. And while there's merit to an easy registration, the dire truth about the number of no-shows makes event marketers' life a lot harder. In any event (pun intended), virtual platforms now offer plenty of ways to grow sign-ups' commitment and ensuring a good turnout.
The fact that the Covid-19 vaccine is ready for use is a remarkable feat of the healthcare industry and service. But while the hard part is arguably over, we must still brace ourselves to battle understandable concerns and disbelief to make sure as many as possible get the shot. For that, authorities, pharma companies, and physicians can and should use video technology.