Ask any CEO to tell you the key to a successful organization and the response will more than likely be, “Our people.” But companies that put their people first are few and far between.
One cost of business few leaders pay attention to is the cost of a disengaged employee. Although leaders can readily identify a disengaged employee, there’s no line item on the profit and loss statement identifying its true cost.
As a training leader, how do you keep track of the various learning activities and learners’ success? How do the employees demonstrate their knowledge, skills and abilities (KSAs) in a meaningful way?
To manage performance, management needs a model that predicts outcomes from drivers, a measurement system and targets.
With the potential to reduce turnover and increase productivity, every organization should be asking this question: "Are we getting the most out of our onboarding?"
Comvest Partners (“Comvest”) today announced the acquisition of Engage2Excel (“E2E”), a leading provider of employee recognition, sales incentives, talent acquisition and consumer loyalty solutions and services.
4 Apr 2018
Your people may be engineers, accountants, production line workers or sales people, but they are all consumers too. . They expect things to happen at the touch of a button. And they bring this expectation into their work lives.
It’s easy to understand why the modern workforce doesn’t get excited about training initiatives. Sure, they are the end consumer and the people organizations want to upskill, but rarely are training initiatives truly about them.