How do you best engage with your workforce, and implement effective learning and change initiatives in the current challenging environment? With large numbers of people now working remotely and the increasing likelihood of a long term ‘hybrid’ workforce, this is a real issue that many organisations are grappling with.
A key part of Steps’ recent focus has been to build capability to run engaging and effective virtual experiences that hold true to our belief in the power of live drama and digital content as part of the change journey within our Steps to Change approach.
The answer is, resoundingly, yes. We know there is something uniquely powerful about the live experience, but the impact of drama can still be achieved when experienced virtually. In adapting to a virtual approach, we feel really excited about the ability to achieve the levels of engagement, active participation and commitment to change that we’re known for. Steps’ Virtual Studio also offers a different approach to virtual learning – combining our experience of delivering live, interactive learning and more recent virtual initiatives with the dynamism of event TV.
As leaders and managers, the people challenge in a virtual world is still very real – and we have worked with clients to develop a range of programmes focusing on the skills and behaviours required to operate and thrive within this changing environment.
Delivered virtually, using interactive or scripted drama, programmes include: