Do some people have an innate ability to think strategically, or can such a skill be developed? Anyone can develop and competently practice the skill of strategic thinking. Everybody in an organization can and should be thinking strategically.
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Data from several industry studies unequivocally proves the value of learning and development (L&D). In fact, the time and money that company invest in employee L&D programs and tools more than pays for itself when it comes to business outcomes.
Internal networking is an important and effective tool for training professionals wishing to take the next step up in their organizations. When done properly, being connected within your own organization provides meaningful benefits.
While content and delivery are essential, there’s another component that’s often overlooked but that can make or break training: love. Without love, training lacks the power to transform its audience. Without love, training lacks the power to...
Smart companies are paying attention to work-life fulfillment and how to create the best possible employee experience. However, the dialogue usually encompasses things like alternative work hours or taking pets to work.
In today’s market, companies must adapt almost as quickly as new information becomes available. The information-driven era in which we do business today produces insights that shift markets within weeks, days or even hours, depending on the industry.
Companies are continually faced with the challenge of empowering employees to develop the technical skills today’s business demands so they don’t have to re-staff. Data proves that employees prioritize L&D. Organizational leaders must do the same.
As a learning and development (L&D) leader, you’ve been asked to play a part in the culture change that needs to take place in your organization. But what’s your role? Where do you fit, and what should you do?