7 lessons on Learning management from the pandemic

Written by SeekLMS Correspondent on 08 November 2021

Among the most relevant learnings for companies in Learning Management, you will have observed that flexibility, adaptability to change, communication and digitization are at the top of the list. The hybrid model and the implementation of work by objectives are gaining ground day by day. Reconciling and optimizing meeting time, with the daily meet is another key. Finally, continuous training is going to be a must for an agile and productive workforce.

Lessons on Learning Management

For growing companies, leadership in Learning management is the key to success. After the crisis derived from the pandemic, it is no longer so much about getting the personnel selection process right. Rather, it is necessary to diagnose and design the competencies or skills that the company requires at this time.

Because 7 is an important number, here are these standout lessons for optimizing Learning management:

  1. Flexibility: both geographically and in the working day, taking into account that the conciliation between the professional and personal fields is one of the most valued traits by millennials when choosing a company.
  2. Adaptability to change: with inclusive teams and diversifying both activities or processes and types of contracts.
  3. Communication: always necessary but now essential in the remote or hybrid model to promote cohesion in the team and the correct flow of messages and tasks.
  4. Digitization: from the beginning of the selection to the dismissal of a worker through daily tasks, technological tools have grown and AI, automation, and the chatbot is part of the day-to-day.
  5. Work by objectives: as part of the flexibility and change management, as well as the unnecessary presence, the distribution of tasks and roles in the teams will be oriented to the achievement of goals within the framework of a project. It's time to shed unnecessary layers and make way for effective, committed, and successful talent.
  6. Daily meetings: to streamline remote work in a coordinated manner and without consuming usable time in endless meetings, which dominated the days at the beginning of the pandemic.
  7. Training: Recycling the staff is the condition of possibility to be able to guarantee a career plan and internal promotion within the company. And also have a competitive team that supports the survival of the company.

The pandemic has accelerated digitization

Much has been written about digital transformation, with its associated controversy. But where there is no debate is how quickly virtual methodologies and tools have been embraced.

For new managers who are going to lead remote or hybrid teams, empathy and communication will be essential skills. It will be their responsibility to guarantee the right to disconnect their workers as well as to monitor privacy behind the "windows" to private environments that are opened by webcams in meetings. 

Finally, the loneliness and isolation by not sharing a physical space have raised the alarms of the prevention and occupational hazards departments. Taking care of the mental health of employees and offering after work is already highly valued in the employee experience.

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