Associations across the economic spectrum have done an incredible job supporting their members in the immediate aftermath of the pandemic
Membership associations hold regular face-to-face training sessions and conferences for members. The upcoming season is usually a prime time for events but this year, plans for in-person gatherings have been thrown into disarray.
In this blog we take a look at the top 5 challenges for L&D leaders and how technology can integrated solutions that enable continuous learning and the translation of business objectives into target learning outcomes
As social distancing and self-isolation measures continue across Australia, associations are seeking to keep their members engaged, productive, and up-to-date with the latest industry best-practice – all despite not being able to gather in person.
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