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Your Customers Have Gone Virtual. Have You?

Most people in our industry have heard about Google™ and Twitter allowing employees to work remotely on a permanent basis. We’ve all experienced it with our customers and most of us are working from home, if not full time then at least most of the time. But have you heard about Novartis, Capital One, JP Morgan, Deutsche Bank, and State Farm Insurance? They’ve done it too, at least partially.

Over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, many training providers have said that business will get better when things get back to normal. It is clear that they expect to resume onsite training events. While that most certainly will return at some point, the question becomes to what degree? If you accept that virtual work teams and remote or work from home is the “new normal”, then the onsite training will be a fraction of what it used to be. Let’s face it, we’ve all become comfortable with Zoom or Teams® or Webex® and a few courageous people will even admit to liking it.

Here's the good news! You are a training provider that partners with Logical Operations. The CHOICE platform was built for this specific purpose, and you have access to it at no charge when you purchase digital content from LO. Our extensive lab offerings further ensure that you can manage a virtual class with a standard student configuration without wrestling with activity file access and platform inconsistencies. CHOICE and LO content ensures that many of the headaches that could be present in a virtual event are already accounted for.

 

Since March of 2020 when the world went remote, Logical Operations has trained over 4,000 instructors on how to be successful in a virtual classroom. Modern Classroom Certified Trainers are experts on handling the instructional nuances of a virtual event. In fact, many instructors feel that they can be MORE effective in a virtual classroom than in a physical classroom.

Your customers, just like Lincoln Financial Group and Deloitte, have gone virtual. Have you?