Training evaluation should provide insights not only about the effectiveness of training but also about how it can be improved for learners and organizations.
Talent acquisition is becoming more competitive as America is closer to full employment than it’s been in a decade.
Globalization may be dramatically transforming our businesses into international powerhouses, but there are a few aspects that are stubbornly staying the same, including leadership development programs.
The era of digital transformation impacts our lives, from the way that we order a taxi to the way that we consume entertainment. How can learning and development professionals prepare their organizations for this transformation?
We know that successful sales managers play a significant role in the productivity and performance of their sales team. Why wouldn’t we invest in their development and ensure we have metrics that help them improve along the way?
As a learning leader, you must design training that meets individual learner needs; however, you must also foster relationships among teams, because the majority of today’s workload is collaborative.
Everyone knows great business results can’t be achieved without highly engaged, highly skilled employees – and that it takes learning and talent development to develop them.