[The first part of this article appeared in the previous issue.] Show the C-Suite the Money and Benefits of the L&D Programs in Those Terms At the end of the day, members of the C-suite want to make sure your learning and development (L&D) programs make sense financially for your organization. They will weigh the […]
Benjamin Franklin is reported to have said, “Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.”
There is no doubt that learning and development within any organization is paramount for its ongoing success. Irrespective of the type of business, employees must have the relevant amount of knowledge, enhanced skills, and abilities so that they are able to do their job successfully.
The L&D Daily Advisor recently sat down with Jason Forrest, CEO and Chief Culture Officer at FPG (Forest Performance Group) to discuss some of the takeaways from his new book, WTF: Why Training Fails. Let’s get started.
Want to boost retention, productivity, and attract great people? Become a learning culture, says a recent white paper released by CredEd (creded.ai). The company’s mission is connecting education and individuals to open up everyone’s true potential.
Some businesses may think that their leadership development programs are unnecessary. However, a new, wide-ranging study is claiming that leadership training is essential—and it’s hard to argue with the 42 years’ worth of data it presents.
By Theresa Damato In training, one size doesn’t fit all. With thoughts on this issue and how companies can address it in order to best train their workforces, we present an article by Theresa Damato, vice president of Worldwide Marketing for Saba Software.
Every company agrees that well-prepared leaders are essential for business success, but how satisfied are you with the success of your leadership development efforts? If you are like most participants in a recent survey, you probably see a need for improvement.
In yesterday’s Advisor, we presented thoughts on bite-sized learning from a session at the annual Association for Talent Development (ATD) Conference and Exposition held recently in Denver, Colorado. Today, another ATD speaker has advice for determining the return on investment (ROI) of training programs.
by Linda Itskovitz HR isn’t just about administration, compliance, and onboarding anymore. Between training, metrics, and employee engagement, the field has evolved into a strategic business role within the organization. Linda Itskovitz, vice president of marketing for GuideSpark, has tips for delivering strategic HR.