How to Get Virtual Learning Right to Maximize Training Impact

In today’s fast-changing work environment, the “skill half-life”—the time a skill remains relevant—is shrinking faster than ever. For leaders, this means continuous learning is essential. But the same old ways of training just won’t cut it anymore. Effective leadership training must align with how the brain learns best. It must also fit into the realities of hybrid work and respect the intense demands required of the modern workforce.

On this episode of Your Brain at Work, Dr. Emma Sarro and Dr. David Rock explore the science behind the best training models in the world. Listen in to unpack why and how organizations must revolutionize how leaders learn if they want to keep up with the pace of change.

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