In the aftershock of COVID-19, organizations need to revamp L&D initiatives to strengthen their workforce and withstand tough times. By giving employees access to new skilling programs, companies will inspire a resourceful talent pool.
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Mattering at work is a complex issue that depends on perception and environment. If employees feel like they don't matter to their employer, it can impact their behavior and ultimately business performance.
"Quiet hiring," when done right through upskilling and reskilling, shows current employees they're worth investing in and saves the organization in the long run.
Organizations often mandate the learning function to not just enable learning across the organization but drive it. Learning can’t be forced — the learner must be willing (and prepared) to learn.
In this era of budgetary caution, the key questions to ask are: what does it take to generate real change, and how do we know our training is effective? Learn how to achieve success in your training goals in this article.
Virtual reality, artificial intelligence, gamification, eLearning — training delivery methods abound. Here are five key steps L&D professionals can follow to keep development programs relevant and in tune with modern pedagogy.
30 Mar 202311:00 am ET
No amount of science or technology can replace human interaction. Instead, aim to reimagine, retool and reinvent how eLearning, microlearning and learning management systems (LMSs) are offered. Learn more in this article.
Consider these four strategies to set your leadership development plan up for success in 2023 and beyond.