Does Your Company Culture Support vILT?

February 7, 2017 10:00 by Dana Peters

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Continuing education and development of employees is important for the success of any organization. Throughout our work, we encounter many companies interested in transitioning to, or ramping up, a virtual instructor-led training program for their company.

Aside from choosing the right platform, preparing your facilitators, and designing your learning materials, which we’ve already discussed in previous posts, it’s important to evaluate whether or not your company culture is ready to actually support vILT.  There is a lot to consider:

  • Does your executive team value learning and development programs as critical to your organization's success?
  • Is your senior management team in full support of adding vILT programs into the mix of your organization's learning program offerings?
  • Do your employees currently expect continuing education and development opportunities?
  • Are your learners and front-line managers asking for vILT offerings?
  • Do your learners have private, quiet, environments to attend virtual classes individually?

It’s important to assess these and other criteria when first launching or when planning to expand your vILT program.

We’ve developed a short assessment you can take to help determine how ready your organization is, and what steps you need to take in order to develop a culture that fully supports vILT.

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