Here are seven strategies to help you demonstrate value and alignment, enabling the development of an effective partnership.
Change is often hard and even unwanted, but effective leaders can keep employees excited about change, engaged, informed and productive.
Modern learning strategies should be a flexible roadmap focused on the key metrics that drive your business. In our rapidly changing world, we need strategies that adapt.
Both personalized and off-the-shelf content meet important and diverse learning needs, when used properly. To effectively leverage both, you just need a purposeful approach to training content and learning solutions.
An increasingly competitive business landscape, a multigenerational workforce, the shorter shelf-life for knowledge and widespread digital transformation have made upskilling more vital than ever.
Regardless of industry, people are a company’s biggest asset. As you plan a return to work, continuing to keep their physical and mental well-being top of mind is essential to ensuring the most seamless transition possible.
It’s not that learning isn’t important. However, what many participants say they gain most from training has little to do with the content or quality of the learning itself.
If it seems like everything is changing more quickly than it used to, it’s because it is — exponentially so. Moore’s Law has major implications for every aspect of organizational strategy and operations, and training is no exception.
While many training organizations considered strategic alignment a strength before the pandemic, the crisis has made it difficult to align training initiatives with business goals.
The only way to evolve and adapt through a crisis is to learn. Training leaders must respond to this moment with solutions for individuals and organizations today and moving forward.