The spotlight on organizations’ employee development continues to grow. When they feel the pressure, organizations look toward L&D to create the perfect employee training program. But employee training is not effective in a one-size-fits-all approach.
Successful learners are the ultimate outcome of any training course, but that objective is not always reflected in the strategies and goals companies set for their training initiatives.
The 2019 Training Industry Conference and Expo (TICE) is in the books. We learned quite a bit from our peers and vendors. Here is a culmination of my takeaways and some steps on how to make what I learned actionable.
Learning and development is a lot like advertising; both are often the first department to be scaled back or eliminated during budget cuts. Sadly, it looks like another “belt-tightening” is headed this way in the next year or two.
You know the value of learning to the future success of your organization is as high as the value of any other key function. But your experience has also taught you the difficult process of defending your budget or receiving buy-in from senior leaders.
Congratulations! You’ve convinced senior leadership to sign off on a central learning strategy. Now, how will you make sure the strategy is aligned with local business needs?