Corporations and Solution Providers submitted applications that showcased how they used technology to improve the human capital management of organizations around the world. The awards were judged by an international panel of industry experts based on the value to the business, technological innovation, unique differentiators, technical functionality and measurable results.
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A majority of employers (56%) say it is important to develop inclusive leaders who care about all aspects of employee well-being, according to our 2021 leadership development research. But they are challenged to do so. About seven in 10 organizations say leaders have little or no time in the day to learn and improve themselves or to make themselves a priority.
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Brandon Hall Group, the leading independent HCM research and analyst firm, is launching a survey to understand the human capital management priorities of organizations in the coming year and how the continued disruption of COVID-19 and evolution of the hybrid workplace will impact goals and objectives.
Most organizations are quickly trying to improve leadership development, realizing the formal classroom training is not enough to change leader behaviors. Coaching, along with a focus on practical skills and peer-to-peer interactions, is critical.
The business benefits of having women of all ethnicities and races in positions of influence and leadership are well-documented. Another Brandon Hall Group Study, What’s Changing for Women in the Workplace, examined how high-performing organizations adjust their development strategies for women across demographic groups and geographies. The study shows how the disruption of the pandemic impacted women and organizations’ plans as they transition to the evolving “new normal.”
Leader development has been a challenge for years. The pandemic and resulting disruptions make it even more complex as organizations continue to transition to virtual and more personalized learning. The key, according to the research, is to move away from event-driven learning to a more personalized, contextualized approach.
Employers say their biggest human capital management challenges over the next six months will be retaining talent, employee engagement and acquiring new talent, though 15 distinct challenges are rated at least 3 on a 5-point scale. Organizations are pulled in many directions and most management functions present at least a moderate challenge, creating stress across organizations.
Employers need agile leaders who can thrive during times of uncertainty, ranging from navigating the emerging world of hybrid work to mergers and acquisitions, transformation initiatives and more.