Learning at Work Week 2024: 4 Trends to Consider

Learning at Work Week 2024

It’s that time of the year when we don our learning caps and embark on a journey of knowledge acquisition. Whether you’re navigating the myriad of “hot desks”  or conquering the challenges of remote work from your pyjama-clad kingdom, there is a beacon of light amidst the sea of deadlines and endless Teams calls: Learning at Work Week! 🙌

As a great reminder of why all of us L&D professionals are in the game in the first place, Learning at Work Week provides an opportunity to drag any of the less keen beans or ‘I didn’t even know we had a learning platform’ types in your organisation back into the learning zone (it’s fun here, we promise).

But if you’re stuck on where to begin or what to focus on this week, let us lend a helping hand…🤝

Donald H Taylor’s recently published Global Sentiment Survey outlines the top trends that organisations will be facing throughout 2024, and is a great place to start if you’re looking for ways to invigorate your learning programmes. 

But wait, before you automatically assume that AI reigns supreme and humans are mere cogs in the digital machine, allow us to interject. 

While AI and learning power may sound like a fusion of science fiction and corporate jargon, the heart of the matter lies in recognising the important, everlasting element: humans. Yes, amidst the algorithms and data streams, it is your people who are the true architects of learning success. 

So, here are the 4 top trends we believe will help shape the landscape of workplace learning through 2024 and beyond:

Upskilling & Reskilling

Upskilling and reskilling offers the map and compass, guiding your people towards mastery in a world of perpetual change. Perhaps use this week as a chance to refresh your skills mapping and figure out the best way to ensure you’re not caught short in a year’s time…

Coaching and Mentoring

Through guidance and encouragement, mentors pave the path for personal and professional growth, in a more personal, collaborative manner. Because nothing says “bonding experience” like being mentored by Karen from HR…🙄 For real though, if done right, coaching and mentoring can


In a world where time is a scarce commodity, microlearning emerges as the champion of efficiency. Bite-sized nuggets of knowledge deliver impactful insights without the burden of information overload. Because who has time for hour-long training sessions when you have a cat video waiting to be watched on YouTube? 😉 As it happens, we know of some great microlearning that’s definitely worth a look…

Artificial Intelligence

Yes, AI, we know you’re top of the pops right now (teacher’s pet much…) But while the allure of AI may dazzle the mind, it is the synergy between technology and human ingenuity that unlocks the true potential of learning. The best way to prepare your organisation for the long-term impact of AI is to look after your people, and ensure they understand how to work alongside this new cyber-colleague in beautiful harmony.

Every day this week we’ll be going into more detail on each of these 4 trends and how Video Arts can help you on the road to greatness. Make sure you’re signed up to our mailing list and following us on social media to stay up to date!


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