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The ability to work remotely has become more valued than ever before, and that’s not going away, particularly among younger workers. Even in organisations that remain committed to offering employees significant remote or hybrid work, there is often a desire among leaders to foster togetherness with a return to in-person learning events. But as learning professionals, the authors hear many myths when it comes to what in-person learning — or in-person experiences more generally — can actually achieve. Here, they’ll dispel the ones they hear most often and show you how to maximise connection from in-person learning events.

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Jane Ferrier