Many human resources (HR) teams make this error: They focus on training rather than overall development. Is there a difference? Doesn’t training lead to development? Not necessarily; training is often just the tip of the development iceberg.
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.
New Horizons Worldwide, parent company of the New Horizons Computer Learning Centers, has identified Australia as a significant growth opportunity and is investing heavily. New Horizons is currently exploring a new partnership in Australia.
Your customer service representatives are the face and voice of your organization. Customer service reps should meet every caller with excitement and a genuine desire to help in order to make an impactful impression on the customer.
The convergence of new regulations and increasing economic pressures are compelling many organizations toward the conclusion that continuing to manage all — or even the majority — of HR and L&D processes manually is no longer possible.
What do frontline employees want from their training? It’s a question we don’t ask enough, considering they’re the ones on the floor and driving our bottom line … and the ones who will be impacted most by a coming shift in the workplace.
“Going digital” is the norm. We have all digitized our lives, and companies and institutions are increasingly digitizing their operations — even though many are struggling to reinvent themselves in order to survive in such a rapidly changing...
Who hasn’t experienced boring training, especially annual mandatory training? You can transform training from a snooze-fest into a meaningful learning experience. Experiential education involves learners in ways that are effective and interesting.
Today’s workforce is more generationally diverse than ever. From highly experienced baby boomers to high school and college graduates of Generation Z, generational diversity means diverse ideas and experiences, making the workplace an exciting place.
The Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL), a national nonprofit forging learning pathways for working adults, today announced the launch of a new solution designed to help communities nationwide strengthen their talent pipelines.