The current high rate of change and high levels of workforce mobility are trends that organizations have not often faced in the past. Employees today are less engaged, less connected to the business’ strategy and less empowered.
Successful leaders often learn great communication skills over time, but they often can’t codify what can make a difficult conversation easier to initiate. Having good performance conversations is a skill that can be learned and practiced.
There must be a reason the majority of organizations still have some form of performance reviews. The end-of-year review is a dedicated time to discuss an employee’s past and vision for the future, including accomplishments, failures and priorities.
As learning professionals, we know that we are often in the public eye. Much like how leaders must practice what they preach, we must be able to create and use job aids and keep reminders handy to help ourselves — just as we do to help our learners.
L&D professionals should embrace these three expressions to transform them from hackneyed phrases to powerful learning hacks for improved performance.
L&D professionals can help close the professional development gap by creating non-linear career advancement opportunities for employees — thereby reducing turnover, improving engagement and enabling employees to finish the work day feeling fulfilled.
The provider of the holistic employee engagement and performance management platform today announced its new corporate name, Centrical, and the closing of a $13 million funding round led by Aleph.
Training professionals have long felt like parents dropping their children off on the first day of kindergarten, experiencing a sense they have done all they can in creating an engaging learning environment and then sending participants back to work.
Ally, a leading goal-setting and business performance management software provider, today announces a $15 million Series B funding round led by Tiger Global Management, LLC, a New York based investment firm.