Once they’ve identified gaps, some organizations choose to fill them by bringing in new talent. But hiring and onboarding a new employee is a costly solution. A better strategy for closing gaps is to invest in upskilling the current workforce.
A well-written learning and development (L&D) plan is great, but execution and delivery is everything — and it’s where many training programs fail. As training professionals know, there are infinite ways for programs to go off the rails.
A crucial aspect of the role of learning leaders is the ability to develop an L&D plan that builds employee capabilities to support organizational goals while fostering a positive culture for talent development and retention.
Managing training for a large number of learners, who represent different departments and different job roles, can be a difficult task. Creating training plans for each employee is the best way to make sure everyone receives the training that they need.