The tremendous impact of the pandemic on the personal and professional lives and the health and well-being of individuals and their families has redefined the worker-employer relationship.
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Despite the advantages, remote work also has the potential to reveal and exacerbate inequity in our workplaces. Therefore, as we move forward into the future of work, the challenge will be to create workplace environments with equity in mind.
Let’s look at how far “fun” will get us within our larger, more comprehensive six-level approach to training evaluation.
Leverage emerging technology (e.g., business intelligence tools, artificial intelligence and mixed reality) and optimize data to better understand learner needs and continually adjust, as appropriate.
If today's leaders want to foster trust with employees and other stakeholders, they must understand the elements of trust and the behaviors that underlie trusting relationships.
By highlighting the benefits of PD, creating great partnerships with organizational leaders and external training providers and promoting development opportunities, L&D teams can help an organization upskill current and future teams.
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Learning and development (L&D) and DEI have invaluable insights to share with one another and will become increasingly collaborative as time goes on.
Turning complexity of any kind into meaningful, lasting change is our current shared challenge, along with establishing a coaching culture that enables organizations to turn complexity into opportunity.
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Perspectives and expertise for the learning leader.
Thought Leaders This Issue
This Winter 2022 edition of Training Industry Magazine kicks off our 2022 editorial calendar, and we’re excited to share a few changes.
With the EMPATHY learning experience model as the foundation for virtual design, learners are empowered to make deep, meaningful connections within the content presented.
Could COVID-19 be the catalyst we have been waiting for to give a much-needed push to transform the way we provide learning and performance support? Here are a few emerging trends to consider during this critical time of change.
Do learners aspire to be better leaders, and do they see themselves being successful in that pursuit? Because if they do not, it simply doesn’t matter how awesome our offering happens to be.
Companies are challenged with creating nontraditional ways of attracting and retaining employees in a job market that favors employees.
Career development is one of the most powerful tools L&D professionals have to make a difference — for employees and the organization.
Hybrid work may offer a much-desired level of flexibility, but there is a price to pay for this work if you inadvertently isolate yourself from peers.
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Pax8’s listing on the Inc. 5000 for four consecutive years as one of America’s fastest-growing private companies has required building a well-trained sales force at record speed.
The rise of remote learning amid the COVID-19 pandemic positioned the company for unprecedented growth as companies — and learners — worldwide looked for continuous learning and upskilling solutions that they could access remotely.