The COVID-19 crisis forced L&D departments to get creative, fast. Within weeks, all in-person training and professional development programs had to be shifted to virtual environments. But how do you ensure learners remain engaged and
training stays effective under the new circumstances? getAbstract asked two of its clients – Danielle Clark, Senior Director of Global Talent
Development at Adobe, and Dave Dudley, Program Manager of Global Training Services at Expeditors – to share their best practices for
moving traditional learning formats online. The discussion’s key takeaways offer a great starting point for delving deeper into the topic of making learning effective for remote workers. This paper will expand on the discussion’s insights by
supplementing them with getAbstract resources.
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