How do you prove training works? And, perhaps more importantly, how do you know which parts work better than others? The answers to those questions become clearer when you first answer some fundamental questions about the purpose of training.
Strategy, Alignment and Planning
It’s more important than ever for organizations to make sure their employees can communicate professionally in English and other major business languages.
A learning culture is especially important in our current climate, because it helps organizations be sensitive to changes in their external environment, be aware when there is disruption, and take action quickly across the whole organization to survive.
Which people and roles do you need to add to your team to keep up with these L&D innovations? There’s a wide range.
Having a partner can help learning organizations prove their value in the business and change the perception of simply being a cost center.
Organizations afraid or unable to embrace new technologies fall behind in their ability to innovate and create better customer experiences and, as a result, can lose out to competitors who are further along in digital transformation.
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Most leaders think their department is civil, but only about half of their department’s employees feel the same way. And if leaders aren’t noticing the unhealthy environment, they won’t work to fix it.
Last month, Forbes released its 2019 30 Under 30 List for Europe, and the number of people on the list for their work in the training industry demonstrates the global recognition of the importance of professional development.