Both event types serve their purpose, yet in my opinion, a live event is a richer and more transformative environment for leading and taking action, says Kimberly Gerber, President at Excelerate.
Live events are currently still my preference – though as technology evolves, virtual formats may get to a point where they are superior. The biggest challenge right now is hybrid events, says Josh Davies, CEO of The Center for Work Ethic Development.
I prefer in-person events. You can very well establish a connection online, but in the end, you want to meet and have a conversation in person. Or after you met in person, it’s very nice to continue the connection online. People are ‘social animals. In-person events already have returned, like ATD-ICE 2021 (Hybrid) or Learning Live (this week in London, only live) and end of this month we have our national conference hybrid here in the Netherlands, says Ger Driesen, Learning Innovation Leader, aNewSpring.
The healthcare industry is constantly changing. The need to be adaptable and quickly pivot to meet those changes is a difficult skill for many. I believe building skills related to agility, resilience, and innovation are critical to the success of those working in healthcare says Jennifer Recla, Director, Organizational & Learning Development at Colorado Access…