If your organization doesn’t promote a strong sense of safety and value vulnerability, chances are, employees won’t tell you the truth. Therefore, it is essential that your employees have an anonymous opportunity to provide real, honest feedback.
We spend the majority on the design, development and delivery. That means we spend more time designing what the training will look like than evaluating how the training is helping our employees in their job roles day-to-day.
Emplify, a leading employee engagement measurement company, announced today a $7.5 million investment led by growth equity investor Edison Partners.
Investing in your people by coaching them is a win-win. This investment drives higher engagement and happier, more empowered employees, who will use their new skills to drive company success.
Digital disruption is fast, and the need to respond is urgent. Learning and development is key to adapting to disruption. A good talent strategy is a prerequisite not only for growth but simply for sustainability.
Digital training content is becoming more popular, especially for frontline workers. In addition, learning leaders are reporting increasing pressure to prove that their programs are making a positive impact on business results.
Calculating the business impact of customer education programs has proven to be a difficult task. Studies suggest that the current methodologies used to provide evidence of the business impact of all educational programs are lacking.