RALEIGH, N.C. — November 18, 2022 — Training Industry has released its annual trends report, “Trends 2023: Managing training for a Changing Workplace,” which identifies six corporate training trends influencing the future of learning and development (L&D).

The key trends for 2023 focus on leveraging training to build a high-performing workforce to thrive in the new world of work. The six trends highlighted in the report explore:

    • Developing better leaders to engage and retain talent.
    • Closing digital skills gaps.
    • Connecting learning to career mobility.
    • Leveraging training to enable continuous training and feedback.
    • Building modern learning experiences for the modern workplace.
    • The L&D market outlook, with estimates on training spend and industry growth projections.

“These trends capture many of the challenges that organizations are experiencing in today’s business environment,” said Michelle Eggleston Schwartz, editor in chief at Training Industry. “Learning and development plays an integral role in helping organizations manage and navigate change. And as the world of world evolves, L&D is only going to grow in importance.”

“Over the past few years, training has become a competitive advantage for companies,” said Training Industry CEO Ken Taylor. “The companies that lean into training to close skills gaps and prepare employees for the future of their roles are going to be the most successful. The trends in this report highlight the changing workplace and how training can help support organizations moving forward.”

The full report can be downloaded here.

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