We at the Invited MBA have been advocating for the benefits of taking virtual education seriously for quite some.
In 2020, as the world went virtual in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we were ready to continue offering excellent educational experiences despite the constraints inherent to virtual, blended learning programs.
We’re proud to have been included in a recent feature by the Financial Times that discusses recent global developments around this topic, as leaders from all walks of life have had to reimagine what engaged, socially-driven professional development can look like.
Some key takeaways:
- Just because the global attitude about executive education has shifted in the past year, doesn’t mean there has been a complete halt of organizations investing in education for their leaders.
- As the coronavirus has challenged leaders in all functions of organizations, there has been a growing sense for a “human-centered” strategy.
- Good training operates as an engaging, culture-building benefit all its own.
We’re excited to see what the next year of growth and adaptation in the education space brings!