It’s your business, your baby. You pour your heart and soul into making it the best it can be, and at the end of the day, you’re probably not making the best use of your time. Here are three tips to increase efficiency in your organization.
Important and usually urgent business needs result in significant investments in designing, developing, and delivering training programs. However, these programs are more than just a mechanism for delivering content and developing skills.
Unemployment is nearing record lows as it recently dropped to 3.9 %, providing further proof that the market for talent continues to become even more competitive. In order to build and sustain a strong workforce in today’s competitive landscape, talent retention is likely just as big of an issue.
We believe every organization, no matter the size, should have an equal opportunity to effectively manage and develop their people. Here’s how we’re providing small businesses with the armor they need to strengthen their teams and win the battle for talent.
In order for learners to get the most out of their training experiences, a true talent development platform must not only identify knowledge gaps, but also provide learners with additional materials to help close the gap.
As a leader in your organization, you’ve probably grappled with the best way to deliver learning and develop your people. Luckily, there are a few keys to supporting employee L&D that make a culture of continuous learning much easier to support and sustain.
Many companies are stuck using traditional learning platforms that are not inherently capable of tracking and leveraging informal learning content. These LMS’s aren’t supporting the learning activities people have grown accustomed to exploring on their own.
There is no question culture plays a critical role in success, yet it continues to be one of the most elusive and intangible things for organizations to intentionally drive, measure, and promote. Or is it?