When it comes to the potential for training to enable strategic alignment with the business’s story, IC professionals are no different from the employees they are striving to engage.
Business leaders routinely create or adjust strategy. Because execution is a people problem, L&D has a vital role to play in the implementation process by operationalizing and embedding new or refined knowledge, skills, and performance.
Our competitive advantage in the marketplace is no longer only dependent on having the best product or service, it is becoming critical to engage and DEVELOP the most talented workforce we can.
I don’t think there is much question about the need for change in how corporate training meets the needs of the business as well as the learner. The question we should be focused on is, “Do we know what we should be changing to?”
CultureIQ, the integrated culture management software and strategy platform that powers organizations through culture, today announced that it has secured $2.25 million of additional venture capital in a seed expansion round.
Businesses that will thrive in the future are those that are making adjustments today, on everything from workforce planning to diversity initiatives.
The only constant is change, especially in this competitive business landscape.
In learning and performance, our business is helping to shape behavior that improves business results. Everything we do and say creates our brand and our brand’s reputation can have an impact on our ability to be effective.
Understanding how the brain works could revolutionize your learning business. Consider the following principles to accentuate your business approach to learning.
Hundreds of studies have demonstrated a tradeoff between positive learner attitudes and the actual knowledge and skills acquired from learning experiences.