One challenge many L&D leaders face is getting a seat at the executive table and making sure executives understand the importance of - and provide budget for - training.
According to Gallup, 87 percent of employees worldwide are not engaged. The reason is simple: Organizations are flying in coach, instead of upgrading to first class.
Training and retaining skilled IT employees can be challenging in today’s competitive job market. Companies must prioritize learning and development (L&D) initiatives for their IT workforce or risk losing their top talent.
As you embark on the RFP process and the subsequent decision-making and implementation processes, there are some basic practices and tools that can help make these processes successful and less stressful. They might even turn out to be a career highlight!
We have known for some time that leaders progress faster than their peers. The time to the top is determined not only by the leader’s career choices and grit but also by the size and industry sector of the organization.
A toxic workplace can look like the flu. They’re both unpleasant (sometimes downright nasty) and cause all kinds of physical ailments. People go to great lengths to avoid them and often call in sick. And a toxic culture and the flu are both contagious!
A recent study found that executive education was in the top five priorities for senior leaders, above even financial management and strategy development and execution.
In a world where software is rapidly evolving, how can you empower users to use your company’s software to its fullest capability?