As companies from Alphabet to Zoom enforce "return to the office" policies, many L&D managers are asked to adjust their training strategy. Sometimes, this involves reducing self-paced or virtual instructor-led training (VILT) in favor of on-site instructor-led training (ILT) events. Not surprisingly, employees are skeptical of this change. They are reluctant to give up their autonomy and anxious about what to expect during in-person training. The highest percentage of remote workers are aged 24 to 35. Many of these "Gen Z" employees have never worked in an office. Their last experience with on-site, instructor-led training might have been in a high school or college classroom. In this webinar, Carrie Wiser, Senior Learning Strategist & Experience Designer, at ELB Learning will discuss 5 ways to ensure a smooth transition from virtual to in-person.

In this session you will learn:

  • How to overcome resistance to this new approach 
  • Ways to include all generations and build community 
  • Why investing in your instructors is so important