Many articles have been written about the differences between each generation and how they don’t understand one another inside the workplace. But there is actually substantial research that proves generational differences inside the workplace are a complete myth and that every employee essentially wants the same things:
Leaders are crucial for the long-term success of any organization. But, contrary to what some may believe, great leaders aren’t necessarily “born.” They can be developed, and your company should be putting effort and resources into training its leaders.
Yesterday’s post detailed what deep-learning artificial intelligence (AI) is, as well as its benefits and drawbacks for learning and development (L&D) professionals. Today’s post will cover more information about how you can implement deep-learning AI and upcoming trends.
As 2018 comes to a close, many human resources (HR) and learning and development (L&D) professionals are working to prepare their staffs and organizations for 2019 and beyond.
Since the #MeToo movement began last year, and Starbucks decided to close its doors for a mandatory unconscious bias training for its employees, a lot of businesses have started taking a much closer look at their harassment prevention training programs and policies.
YouTube has developed quite the reputation among its users as a go-to, informal source for quick DIY lessons and how-tos. In fact, a 2017 survey from YouTube found that one in seven people now go to the video platform to solve a problem related to their job, studies, or hobbies.
What does it really mean to have an “agile workforce,” especially if you’re a learning and development (L&D) professional? Continue reading to learn more.
The Associated Press recently highlighted research released by Accenture, and the findings are staggering and concerning for organizations of all shapes and sizes. And L&D professionals and members of the C-suite everywhere will need to take notice immediately to help mitigate the issues that will start to arise.
Adding to yesterday’s post, here are six additional tips and best practices you’ll want to consider executing when training and developing your L&D team.
Sometimes, as learning and development (L&D) professionals, we can get so consumed with evaluating and helping employees across our organizations that we forget to train our own L&D staff, trainers, or even ourselves.