Jun 15, 2020
Communication is an essential skill in today’s world. It’s the key to persuasion, role modeling, and moving others to take action. In the workplace, it’s critical for moving up the career ladder, maintaining employee engagement, building customer relationships, inspiring investors, and developing a great reputation within the community.
Jun 01, 2020
If you’re like me, I’d imagine you’ve wondered how you or your team compares to the top performers in your role. In almost every facet of your business, improvement goals are set based on objective benchmarks — where are we now, where do we need to be, and what would best-in-class performance look like?
May 28, 2020BY Hallie Lynch
Last week we launched a webinar series designed to support organizations as they navigate a newly transformed business environment. And we couldn’t have asked for a more insightful conversation to kick us off.
May 07, 2020
Introducing Quantified’s new webinar series, supporting leaders as they navigate management in a transformed business environment.
Best Practices for Leading Company Culture in a Digital World
May 22, 1:00 p.m. CDT
The way we work, learn and interact with the world at large changed almost overnight with the COVID-19 pandemic. Suddenly, remote work transformed from a “nice to have” company perk to standard operating procedure for companies of every size, in just about every industry. And, even as the pandemic keeps us in a state of constant uncertainty and flux, we’ve learned some things about the pros and cons of remote work: Zoom fatigue is real, for example, and yet, workers of all ages have discovered they like working remotely — they’re more productive and more fulfilled than they’ve felt in the office.
May 06, 2020
Like so many business initiatives, learning and development has embraced the digital era, moving online in spades as the industry continues to grow steadily. The 2020 LinkedIn Workplace Learning Report indicates that online learning investments are on the rise: 57 percent of talent developers plan to spend more on online L&D, while 38 percent expect to spend less on traditional, instructor-led training.
Apr 28, 2020
North American businesses spent $167 billion on learning and development last year. More and more leaders are understanding the value of investing in talent, and the industry has seen remarkable growth over the last decade.
But the market is still evolving. The 2020 LinkedIn Learning Report identified a shift in the way companies are budgeting for L&D. For the first time, traditional training budgets are expected to decrease, while online learning budgets continue to increase.
Apr 08, 2020
As of the beginning of April, roughly four billion people around the world had been told to stay in their homes in a continued effort to slow the spread of COVID-19. It goes without saying that the steps we are (rightfully) taking to control this virus have meant massive disruption for businesses in every sector. For weeks, employees of all but the “essential” businesses have been working from home, forcing companies to shift to 100 percent remote work if they want to continue to operate. While remote work was already on the rise before the pandemic hit, many companies that considered the practice impractical or inconvenient are having to adapt.
May 29, 2019
How does your organization approach leadership development? Through workshops, mentorships, and online courses? Through trial by fire? Some combination of the above?
May 22, 2019
Whether or not soft skills are important in the workplace is no longer up for debate. We’ve written in depth about the topic, and we’re not the only ones. LinkedIn’s 2019 Global Talent Trends report identified soft skills as the biggest trend transforming the talent landscape, with 80 percent of respondents saying employees’ soft skills are critical to a company’s success and 92 percent saying they matter as much or more than hard skills.
Apr 24, 2019
There’s no question that in today’s business landscape—where it’s more difficult than ever to recruit and retain top talent—learning and development opportunities should no longer be limited to corner-office executives.