Today’s globally interconnected workforce requires cultural dexterity – awareness of self and others and the skills to bridge the gap.
Cultural diversity and globalization have highlighted the necessity for cross-cultural awareness.
With global mobility increasing multiculturalism, the labor force no longer has a homogeneous culture or homologous environment. It is vital to develop a resilient and adaptable modern-day workforce adept at working in a multicultural environment with adaptive and dynamic training.
Research confirms that one of the most effective methods to prepare a diverse and inclusive global workforce is blended learning, which combines instructor-led training and e-learning.
What is Blended Learning?
Blended learning is an increasingly vital part of global mobility and a wise investment to prepare any cohort of talented individuals to work across cultures. Effective blended learning helps develop sustainable talent and improve employee skills and performances. It supplements e-learning by allowing training participants to connect face-to-face with their instructor but still offers the flexibility to study independently.
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