Today’s business leaders realize that a human-centric approach to organizational thinking is the best way to deliver an exceptional employee experience and create a company culture that retains the brightest talent.
Many organizations often overlook important characteristics that impact employees’ overall wellness, especially when it comes to the jobs they do day in and day out.
Our behavior is influenced as much by roles as it is by our personalities, but for a significant change to happen in an organization, it’s easier to accept people and work on reframing their roles. In other words: Modify the role, not the person.
As a learning and development (L&D) leader, you’ve been asked to play a part in the culture change that needs to take place in your organization. But what’s your role? Where do you fit, and what should you do?
Your organization has most likely implemented policies and training to promote diversity and inclusion, but even they may seem like they’re getting lost in the larger tension between the genders.
Results measurement (in particular measuring business impact, or level 4 of the Kirkpatrick Model) is the holy grail of any industry — including training.
How well do people across your organization treat each other? When I ask clients and keynote attendees this question, the answer is all too common: More than 60% say, “Not very well.”
Training and education do not have the power to fundamentally change behaviors and culture. While they are important components in driving the recognition that change must occur, and the skills needed to make the change, they are not the drivers of change.
Creating a modern learning culture is a multifaceted, transformational journey. With an effective approach to change management, your organization can make sure it’s putting its best foot forward by enabling your teams to adopt a modern learning...
Every transformation is, at its core, about ideas. You can’t change fundamental behaviors without first changing fundamental beliefs. That’s why every change effort needs to start with training to indoctrinate the values and skills that will drive...