Virtual Learning Journeys

Build leadership skills in a virtual world

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What Your Leaders Need Most Right Now

In times of change and disruption, strong leaders are needed for business continuity, yet they are also faced with their own challenges. Now is also the time to make sure your leaders have the skills and support they need. 

With DDI by your side, we can help you deliver the high quality development your leaders need now, all in a virtual setting. We’ve built powerful development experiences designed for the specific skills your leaders will need to adapt and lead through tough times. 

Get an overview of virtual learning journeys to help your leaders:

  • Lead through change and disruption 
  • Lead in a virtual environment 
  • Maintain morale and engagement 
  • Stay strong under stress and pressure
  • Continue to coach and support others

DDI was the only one of 20 providers that had all classroom courses proven ready to transition virtually. 

— Mutlinational client from a global University

DDI’s Award-winning Virtual Classroom

A virtual classroom is unlike other types of online learning. It’s not a webinar. Nor is it a dry online course leaders can click through. Rather, the virtual classroom brings all the rich advantages of the traditional classroom into the virtual world. Leaders can meet live to learn from a skilled instructor. Practice skills together. Most importantly, they build connections with each other.

Recently awarded gold in HRD Australia’s Service Provider Awards, our virtual classroom has been recognised as a top performer in the learning and development landscape and is listed in HRD’s Service Provider Awards Report 2020.

Explore what we’ve designed for you—or we’ll help you design your own virtual program.

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The feedback from our people has been extraordinary – we always get good feedback from this program – but it’s actually been even better in this virtual classroom format. 

— HR Leader from the Telco/Technology sector

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I don’t think anything would have been different in a [traditional] classroom session. We were able to break out into small groups for discussions and workshops and bring the learnings back to all participants for further discussion.” 

— Learner