Many employers are struggling to fill jobs in the current economy, so they’re looking to upskill their employees in future years. If you want your organization to remain competitive, you’ll want to do the same.
With blended learning on the rise alongside mobile apps that distract rather than develop employees, it’s important not to underestimate the value of a great trainer or instructor. Below are seven skills highly effective instructors and trainers must have in the modern-day workplace.
We often talk about how employees want more challenging opportunities and flexibility in the workplace, but we usually don’t take a close look at how their mobility also benefits employers.
Finding the right individuals to lead inside your organization isn’t as easy as it seems, and most organizations aren’t doing it right. Otherwise, around 50% of workers wouldn’t be quitting their jobs because of their bad bosses.
As organizations continue to compete for top-level talent, here are eight things they’re going to spend most of their time and money on in 2019.
In the wake of Susan Cain’s influential TED Talk, many companies are starting to see the influence and power of introverts in the workplace, despite a “world that can’t stop talking.”
Leaders and managers of an organization are often ill-prepared for their roles. In fact, according to a Career Builder survey cited in a Forbes article, 58% of managers said they didn’t receive any management training at all.
The U.S. government experienced a partial shutdown, which ended in late January 2019. The partial shutdown impacted many employees and businesses across the nation, and it cost the economy around $1 billion each week.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is quickly gaining traction across industries and organizations and will soon power more learning and development (L&D) initiatives. Without AI-enhanced systems, adaptive learning and work inside the modern-day workplace would be impossible.
Online e-learning and mobile learning are still gaining popularity in the workplace, but it’s important to note that workplace learners still prefer hands-on training and on-the-job training opportunities—even more than digital learning experiences. And research continues to show that blended learning is still critical to the modern-day workplace.