Let’s take a look at the skills and styles used every day in new-world L&D roles.
- The Business Consultant
- Asks the right questions.
- Provides suitable solutions for her internal clients.
- Understands the business challenges for L&D.
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- The Market Researcher
- Finds out what his customers really want.
- Asks learners about what would really make a difference for them.
- Checks out what other organizations are doing within his sector.
- The Digital Producer
- Whips up a quick in-house video, PDF checklist, or illustration.
- Responds quickly to smaller L&D requirements.
- The Translator
- Makes sure her learning content is suitable for employees across the globe.
- Enlists the help of local colleagues on the ground to translate and contextualize.
- The Curator
- Seeks out the best existing content from inside or outside the business.
- Makes it easy for learners to find content and consume.
- The Educator
- Keeps an eye on his end goal.
- Makes sure employees in the business are enabled to do their job well.
Source: eLearning Industry