Since COVID-19 became a pandemic, Glint has collected 2.9 million data points spanning over 700,000 surveys. We’ve learned that across industries, geographies, and company sizes, employees are feeling a growing sense of burnout and are having a harder time working effectively. People understandably feel overwhelmed—they’re adapting to the new rhythm of remote work, including understanding what they should prioritize and how to stay connected to their teams, and they’re juggling new challenges at home. In fact, Glint data shows that employees who said they struggle with balancing their personal and work lives were 4.4 times more likely to exhibit signs of burnout.

Managers play a critical role

In this environment of rapid change and looming burnout, managers play a critical role. Employees look to their leaders and managers to cultivate calm, keep them connected, and clearly communicate updates and priorities so the team can be successful. 

However, like their employees, managers are also adapting. They need the opportunity to learn and practice new skills to effectively lead. Recent data from LinkedIn Learning showed that managers have increased the time they spend watching online courses by 105% since the pandemic began. Managers are investing in online learning so they can better lead remote teams, improve productivity while working from home, and practice mindfulness during an anxiety-ridden time.

LinkedIn Learning for Glint: Helping managers learn and take action on feedback

That’s why we’re announcing LinkedIn Learning for Glint, a new integration that brings together the industry’s leading employee engagement platform with LinkedIn Learning’s world-class content. This integration helps managers learn and take action on feedback more effectively—an increasingly important skill in dynamic environments. Glint is embedding curated LinkedIn Learning videos directly into our action taking experience. Over 100 expert-selected videos now map to recommended actions specifically designed for team managers. By providing personalized learning in the flow of work, HR leaders can help facilitate a manager’s development as they learn new skills that help them support their people and keep them engaged. 

LinkedIn Learning for Glint provides personalized and highly relevant video content when managers are most receptive to learning and improving

Image: LinkedIn Learning for Glint provides personalized and highly relevant video content when managers are most receptive to learning and improving. 

With LinkedIn Learning for Glint, HR leaders will be able to provide several benefits to the managers they support:

  • The right content: Personalized action areas and curated LinkedIn Learning videos are tailored to an individual’s survey results.
  • At the right time: LinkedIn Learning content shows up as managers are taking action to guide them when they’re most receptive to learning more. 
  • In the right format: Bite-sized, highly-engaging videos allow managers to quickly learn new skills and put them into practice.

This LinkedIn Learning for Glint integration will be available to all Glint customers at no additional charge, regardless of whether they have a LinkedIn Learning enterprise license. By providing the right content at the right time, LinkedIn Learning for Glint will help managers to go beyond simply understanding employee feedback to more effectively responding and ensuring their teams are able to navigate these challenging times successfully. 

Additionally, to help organizations and managers address the challenges they are facing as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Glint has incorporated LinkedIn Learning’s recently announced free learning paths into our COVID-19 survey program. These learning paths are free to access and will be available on Glint through the end of June. Glint’s COVID-19 survey is designed to help leaders understand what employees need most and measure the effectiveness of their organization’s strategy. 

LinkedIn Learning for Glint will appear in all Glint customers’ action taking experience in the coming weeks. Join us on this journey to help your managers learn and lead through these challenging times of change.