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Getting Workers Back into the Office for Training


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The shift towards remote work was a worldwide trend in 2020. While companies by and large continue to embrace remote teams, there is a growing recognition that certain aspects of workplace productivity, particularly training and collaboration, are best suited for in-person experiences.


In a bid to foster a stronger sense of community and enhance employee skills, companies are revisiting the benefits of in-office training sessions. They are also relying on in-person learning as part of a broader initiative to reestablish the company value of working on-site.


Learn more about getting workers back into the office for training - why it is important and how to do it.



In-Person Training vs. Online Training


The synergy between in-person training and daily work activities cannot be overstated. While virtual training provided crucial alternatives during the pandemic, they lack the immersive experience that in-person interactions offer.


Getting workers back into the office for training provides employees with the opportunity to engage with trainers, ask questions in real time and participate in hands-on activities. This interactive experience not only enhances the understanding and retention of training material but also cultivates a sense of shared commitment among employees.


Be sure to highlight this to workers. Note that employee training is valuable to their professional development and that in-person learning is arguably the most effective way to enrich their skill set.


The Priority Management Difference: Our trainers excel in providing immediate feedback, facilitating engagement and adjusting the training approach to meet participants' needs to create the optimal learning environment for workload management.



A Break from the Screen


Virtual meetings - especially combined with hours of computer work - can be fatiguing. Participants can escape the monotony of remote work, staring at their monitor, and step into a dedicated training space to focus solely on learning and development. This change of environment contributes to increased concentration, reduced distractions and a heightened ability to absorb and retain information.


In addition to the tangible benefits, getting workers back into the office for training communicates a company's commitment to investing in its workforce. It sends a powerful message that employees are valued enough to warrant dedicated time and resources beyond a canned online course for professional development. Employees then feel supported and motivated to excel in their roles.


The Priority Management Difference: We work with companies prior to the learning session to curate content to the team, and to help our contacts get backing from management for training and encourage participation among staff.


Team Building Through In-Person Training


Team building is an essential component of workplace productivity, and in-person training provides a unique opportunity to strengthen these bonds. Collaborative activities, group discussions and shared learning experiences unify team members. The informal interactions that occur during breaks or over lunch further contribute to building trust and understanding among colleagues - not to mention this is also frequently where great ideas are exchanged and problems are creatively solved!


Face-to-face engagement also facilitates the development of mentorship and leadership skills. Seasoned employees can impart valuable insights to newer team members, contributing to a culture of knowledge-sharing and continuous improvement. The mentor-mentee dynamic established during in-person training often extends into the daily work routine for a support system that transcends the boundaries of a virtual workspace.


The Priority Management Difference: All of our training programs are tailored to each client’s goals. Any module can be curated to have a strong team-building component. We can also develop a series of programs with a theme to help an organization meet broader objectives.



Return-to-office: The Larger Initiative


After years of off-site work, many companies are appreciating the importance of maintaining a physical workspace for employees. Beyond the practical aspects of centralizing operations, the office is the backdrop for building corporate culture, fostering collaboration and nurturing a sense of belonging among team members.


Getting workers back into the office for training is a strategic move aligned with a broader initiative to rekindle the energy and synergy that comes from working side-by-side. When pitching an office return to employees, mention this positive aspect: that they can establish relationships with old co-workers and develop relationships with new ones in ways that cannot be done online, thus enhancing camaraderie, collaboration and work output.


Let Priority Management Help You in Getting Workers Back into the Office for Training


Priority Management is not just a training provider; we are a training partner. Let us help you develop a strategy for getting workers back into the office for training that gets employees excited about learning and hits other larger organizational objectives.


We have been training employees around the globe for over forty years. Our goal with every client is to train in such a way that brings about lasting and measurable behavioural improvements.


Find out why so many companies trust us for their employee training needs. Call us today.



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