In today’s rapidly changing global economy, the key to staying competitive is through learning and development (L&D) programs that help employees achieve their career goals, while simultaneously addressing organizational talent and skills gaps.
Strategic thinking training for employees and leadership teams can help provide much needed business acumen for decision making and aligning business objectives with strategy.
At the spring Training Industry Conference & Expo (TICE), Ken Taylor, Training Industry’s chief executive officer, shared key insights on emerging industry trends and how they will impact the way we work and learn.
Changes in L&D models because of the COVID-19 pandemic threw many organizations into the deep end of the innovation pool. Many were able to pivot and keep training programs alive, but many are still struggling.
To retain top talent and increase employee engagement, organizations will have to foster a learning culture within their organization that encourages continuous skill building and development.
As learning and development (L&D) leaders prepare their organizations for a new year, it's essential to reflect on the past year's trends while looking ahead for the ones to come. Here's a reflection of 2021's focus and new trends to anticipate in 2022.
Training and development planning for 2021 should focus on the ability to evolve L&D, with an emphasis on the skills that can support business goals.
Organizations are experiencing dramatic change, and redefining your L&D strategy and its execution is vital to success.