Training is vital to achieving strategic and tying training to the organization’s goals makes it more relevant and valuable.
Have you ever considered the competencies you need to perform your job effectively? Which skills are most important for training managers to develop, and how can you be sure you are cultivating them appropriately?
How can we use gamification to deliver leadership development programs when the first thing that comes to mind when we think about the term is imaginary beings, contrived competition and cutting-edge technology?
If your L&D team is growing, it’s important to ensure that you find the best candidate for the job – and that you position your organization so that that person will accept the job. Here are some tips to help.
Competency modeling is an approach that methodically and iteratively hones in on the hard and soft skills that differentiate high performers, that link to the organization’s strategic goals and that reflect the values of the company.
Four out of five companies are unable to train as many reps as they want on the skills they need.
In the first episode of "The Business of Learning," we speak to Amy DuVernet, Ph.D., CPTM, on the competencies training managers need to succeed in their role.
With the rise of digital disruptions and “next generation” talent management strategies, nearly all HR and learning and development (L&D) teams are being pushed to work in concert together to create seamless employee learning experiences.