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An update on the Digital Crossroads Project

The Digital Crossroads transnational meeting took place in the UK earlier this year. The meeting was hosted by the National Enterprise Network at their headquarters in Milton Keynes. Laurence was there representing Momentum, alongside Education Mobility Grid and European E-learning Institute. Thanks to modern technology, the rest of the project partners were able to join via zoom. 

Many large corporations are already addressing digital overload, via wellbeing policies within their HR/CSR work. In a 2018 study of 500 senior HR executives from global organisations, 70% stated that policies to promote digital wellbeing were important. A similar study, though, found that 82% of SME employers do NOT have any digital health or wellbeing policies nor plans to introduce them. Moreover, our own research showed the issue is so new that no enterprise development or business training providers currently offers structured guidance on the topic: they too are unaware and unequipped.

DIGITAL CROSSROADS aims to design, develop and implement a new approach to train European SME managers in employee digital wellbeing.

The team are working on the following intellectual outputs:

  • IO1: Digital Wellbeing Pathway Creator. An interactive online tool enabling SME managers to evaluate their strengths and weaknesses in relation to employee digital wellbeing and to determine a suitable pathway through the subsequent learning materials (IO2). A separate version will be designed for business advisors so they can apply the tool with a larger number of clients.
  • IO2: Digital Crossroads Training Programme. A complete set of learning objectives, training materials and case studies providing SME Managers and business advisors to gain the knowledge, skills and self-belief required to implement an in-company programme to prevent employee digital overload.

We’ll be posting as soon as the resources are available. To keep up to date with the latest news we invite you to download the newsletter to find out more and visit the project website.

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