Show your newest brand ambassadors that you care and are excited to have them join your team! Use this guide and checklist to implement modern onboarding approaches ASAP.
We put a lot of pressure on our onboarding processes and training. For better or worse, we usually measure success in levels of enthusiasm. Meanwhile, the hiring manager scrambles to cobble together the most relevant resources for the new hire.
Technology is fantastic, making advances with earth-shattering speed that help us achieve more, connect with each other and do things that a mere decade ago we wouldn’t have believed possible. Technology doesn’t exist in a vacuum, though.
The difference between success and failure is often onboarding, the learning and support that employees receive when they join an organization. Unfortunately, onboarding is often insufficient, incomplete or missing. Why?
Reverse mentoring democratizes learning; it takes the right to contribute and advise from the hands of the few and offers it to the many. The traditional approach to learning and development is top-down; reverse mentoring is bottom-up.
The skills gap has been a threat to organizations for several years. It started the moment someone coined the term “millennial” and realized this group would enter the workforce as the boomers left.
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Technology is transforming the marketplace in bold and amazing ways. About every business in the developed world is using automation to some degree to free up resources, improve processes and reduce costs.
Learning and knowledge distribution is no longer learning and development’s (L&D’s) sole responsibility and, whether you accept it or not, your employees are finding solutions elsewhere.