The terms coaching, training and consulting are thrown about by clients — believed to be interchangeable and to solve people problems in the exact same way.
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Organizations need knowledge, and they need it quickly — but they are not willing to take on any compliance risks.
This year taught us that no one can predict the future with any real certainty. However, we can anticipate that 2021 will bring continued change, both in business and in life.
As an organization, you can lean on your local university to be a solution-provider to navigate these uncharted waters together.
How do we sort through all the training options and pick the one that we think will be the most effective? How do we screen all our options? Shouldn’t we look for the observable evidence that training improved something for participants?
Previously, corporate training was limited to a few mandated courses for regulatory or functional purposes. Now, learning must be continuous and self-initiated to meet the demands of rapidly changing job functions and requirements.
Measuring the effectiveness of training is a crucial activity to ensure expected return on investment. In the ever-changing business environment, corporate training needs are continually evolving. ROI continues to evolve accordingly.
To keep up in a dynamic, competitive world, companies from a range of industries have started investing in HR performance systems that bring performance management to the platform employees are most comfortable with: their mobile devices.