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Helping employees develop their skills while working from home or self-isolating

19 March 2020
As we all know we are facing some challenging times over the coming weeks and months and we at DWF, our clients and the majority of the UK are looking at innovative ways of keeping business going, giving people the opportunity to work from home where possible, limiting travel and providing the support people need to look after their families.

Digital learning is a prime example of how through technology, wherever we are, whatever device we are using we can make use of this time to expand our knowledge, improve our skills and work on our self-development. 

By its nature digital learning is something that you predominantly do on your own; our digital learning platform DWF Advantage takes this one step further, as cloud solution learners don't need corporate equipment or even laptops and desktops. This may be welcome news for businesses who operate limited agile working or are unable to invest in new technology at this time. DWF Advantage can also be launched in a matter of days with no physical interaction required.  All of our content is fully responsive and can be used on mobile devices, tablets, laptops and desktops, and anyone who has an internet connection can use DWF Advantage.

DWF Advantage includes  a wide range of content split across 3 categories: 

  • legal & compliance
  • business skills, and
  • management & leadership

Some examples of the content which you may find helpful at this time include:

  • agile working
  • agile working for managers
  • developing individual mental toughness
  • personal resilience
  • emotional intelligence

A full list can be found on our website.

If you would like to find out about DWF Advantage please visit our web page or contact colin.smith@dwf.law

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