Virtual Learning is Better. Period.

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Shorter virtual lessons can help organizations change in a matter of weeks instead of years.

Done right, virtual learning can help a whole company change in a matter of weeks instead of years. Research shows that shorter, virtual lessons spread out over weeks have a positive effect on memory. Virtual learning simplifies logistics and enables participants to learn a new habit, apply it, and then return the following week to learn something else. This can’t happen with the typical hours-long structure of in-person learning. NLI’s David Rock and Katherine Milan take a deep dive into the benefits of virtual learning — and the science and data around it. Read more in Fast Company.

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