Measuring company culture helps leaders understand what’s happening within their organizations.
Trainers need bandwidth in the form of resources and knowledge to evolve their curriculum, training style and delivery methods to meet ever-changing needs. And learners need bandwidth to participate in training, absorb the materials and apply them.
Designers should prioritize discussing the course design with cultural insiders before development.
Organizational culture permeates everything – productivity, staff retention, how many sick days an employee takes, how customers are treated. As a learning leader, you can help ensure that your organization competes at the top of its field.
Our goal is to stay abreast of the secret sauce of an award-winning workplace culture for our people. Here are seven key ingredients to a thriving environment that will attract new talent, satisfy your current team and produce solid retention.
Ernst & Young LLP (EY US) has further enhanced and expanded its capabilities in the People Advisory Services (PAS) business with the acquisition of the strategic people consultancy firm, PeopleFirm.
Never before has the workforce demanded that cultural elements such as diversity and inclusion, health and well-being, flexibility, workspace design, enhanced collaboration, and innovation are all in place for them to do their best work.
To engage learners, trainers must understand their biases and cultural assumptions, as they impact the connection and relationship they form with learners. Additionally, learning professionals must consider these biases as we create training objectives.