Hybrid learning

Hybrid learning

Hybrid learning is build on the best of several worlds

Hybrid learning or hybrid training is a mix between the classic face-to-face training, e-learning, teamwork and exchange of experience. Hybrid training offers some unique possibilities for securing that every participant is involved in the training and development.

Hybrid training strengthens diversity and inclusion

It is no problem to assemble a team based on diversity, but if the team members does not have the same amount of focus, the inclusion is lost, and diversity will not do much good.

The hybrid setup consists of self facilitating workshops where managers challenge each other in small groups and we facilitate the discussion. This gives the participants even more perspectives on their leadership and secures that the discussions are deep and helps avoid dialogues where we are only stating the obvious.

Emil Hejlskov

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Management development

Management development close to everyday work life

With hybrid training, management development is moved close to everyday life. With short 2 1/2 hour workshops, hybrid training does not interrupt any more than a long meeting. This way, managers can go back to their work day and their team on the same day.

Hybrid learning helps do away with the notion that management development is a burden on the organisation while it is happening. Instead, management development build on hybrid training becomes a help in daily work life. Hybrid learning is a very flexible way of completing management development or development programs in general.

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What Hybrid Learning can do

Hybrid learning is applicable for other areas than management development. It is an applicable method for discussing attitudes, changes and values. The precondition for hybrid learning to be most effective lies with the participants. Participants must be mature enough to take responsibility for the workshop and their own learning which is why we mostly use it in management or specialist development.

Other areas where Hybrid Learning is applicable are:

  • Rollout of new values or a new strategy
  • Exchange of experience between talents
  • Management culture development and succession planning
  • Knowledge sharing at specialist level