Use these five strategies to build your confidence as a learning and development (L&D) leader in your organization.
For training professionals, a hybrid workforce presents a host of challenges. How can learning leaders deliver training that meets all their compliance requirements while also being meaningful and impactful?
Even under normal circumstances, finding a new job opportunity that excites and motivates you is a challenging task. Today, with skyrocketing unemployment rates due to the coronavirus crisis, navigating the job market can feel daunting.
Now that the rush of the holidays is over and we’re fully back into the swing of things at work, let’s take a moment to reflect on 2019 and plan a new year in training. We asked learning leaders to share their thoughts at the start of 2020.
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?
Your team is growing, and your current managers are overwhelmed. You need to hire and/or promote more managers to support your team. Beware of your first instinct: to promote the best performer on your team or hire the first manager who seems capable.
Not taking risks is riskier than taking risks. If you continue to do what you did yesterday, you will grow stale. Growth comes from taking risks. People who take risks in and out of their professional lives tend to be happier and more successful.