Aug 01, 2018
One of the chief concerns learning and development leaders face in rolling out talent development programs—whether they’re weekend retreats, day-long seminars, or online courses—is finding a way to show employees their value. Often, the team members who are asked to participate in trainings view them as timewasters that take them away from more pressing commitments. And when employees resent being there, they resent the program and resist the learning.
Aug 21, 2017BY Sarah Weber
As data-driven decision making has permeated the business world, companies and organizations are leaning on analytics to drive key initiatives across every department. And, over the past few years, HR departments have become some of the biggest users of organizational data in an effort to measure, track, and improve employee performance.
May 02, 2017BY Noah Zandan
Research has found the overwhelming majority of executives and learning and development professionals, not to mention employees, value ongoing professional development. And topping the list of priorities? Communication. Up to 80 percent of professional activity is grounded in communication, and those skills drive success across every department and initiative.