Whether you need to provide long-term development planning or just-in-time training, your learning strategy should give employees the skills and support they need excel at their jobs. You can create a learning culture with continuous learning programs supplemented with the right learning content for your organization. Discover ways to develop your learning strategy and measure its effectiveness in training your employees. Support your learning strategy with technology programs and platforms that give your employees access to the learning training they need, when they need it, in a format that’s right for them.
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L&D, HR, and Training exist in a complex and rapidly evolving business environment in which they can no longer continue to operate with a fragmented value contribution. In order for L&D to elevate their function across a multitude of ...Read more
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We invite you to take our last Talent Pulse study of the year. We explore the knowledge, skills, and abilities vital to change in the HR role. The report will be published in December 2017.Read more
The success of the g2g program at Google is due largely to the culture of learning fostered within the company. At Google, we believe that it’s the job of everyone within the organization to contribute to the growth and development of our people; it’s not only the responsibility of People Development (Google’s central Learning & Development team). This shared ownership has really created a deep sense of purpose and meaning when it comes to learning, and aligns beautifully with one of the g2g program’s core values, “Everyone has something to learn. Everyone has something to teach.”
"See the opportunity in every difficulty.”
Winston Churchill’s words offer compelling counsel as we look at the Learning & Development landscape in today’s transforming workplace.
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The struggle to transfer new skills to the workplace is a constant frustration in Learning and Development (L&D). Traditional classroom training can be designed and delivered with excellence although oftentimes, it cannot get us over the new skills transfer finish line, particularly with a mission-critical skill set like leading change in the workplace.
Explore trends in today's everyday digital skills, methods for assessing your organization's digital literacy, and how to help your organization develop the skills to efficiently accomplish their everyday tasks.
Much of the millennial generation says they can’t describe their jobs and professional roles to their parents and grandparents because their older family members just don’t get it.
Millennials have a higher degree of digital literacy than their parents and grandparents, which means they’ve been trained and have the ability to use digital devices at work to fill needs of quick communication, efficient collaboration and stellar performance.
Leading edge neuroscience has provided new insight into the biological principles that drive human behaviour. There are many misconceptions about the brain. Ongoing scientific discoveries continue to aid in our understanding of how ...Read more
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