Performance consulting is a process that focuses on the gaps between current business performance and desired results to create a training program that bridges those gaps.
The return from a transformation toward learning in the flow of work can be high, but the success rate to secure executive sponsorship and start the transformation is low.
Delivering training virtually has always presented the potential for distractions — whether by a smartphone or a neighbor walking his or her dog on the sidewalk outside. These distractions are compounded and heightened amid the coronavirus pandemic.
For the first time, Training Industry Inc. is releasing a report summarizing over a decade of research into the processes and practices of the highest-performing training organizations.
Today’s business leaders realize that a human-centric approach to organizational thinking is the best way to deliver an exceptional employee experience and create a company culture that retains the brightest talent.
In today’s dynamic business environment, effective change management gives organizations a competitive edge.
Our behavior is influenced as much by roles as it is by our personalities, but for a significant change to happen in an organization, it’s easier to accept people and work on reframing their roles. In other words: Modify the role, not the person.
A definition for strategy that is frequently overlooked but that deserves attention is “an adaptation or complex of adaptations … that serves or appears to serve an important function in achieving evolutionary success.”
Mentoring is a great way to develop talent, with benefits for both parties invested in the relationship. It has existed as an informal learning method for many centuries. However, the focus on structured mentoring is a more recent development.
Regardless of where a company is headquartered, people often believe the company and its employees think and function the same way at every location. This HQ-centricity creates cultural blind spots that hinder the success of global implementations.