Organizations rely on teams to drive the business now more than ever in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Brandon Hall Group’s Team Development Study seeks to understand the priorities and strategies…
Our members gained access to new research notes, research summaries and more assets to help them navigate through the current challenging business landscape Highlights Meritocracy, Talent Pipeline Fuels Diversity and…
Brandon Hall Group, the preeminent independent human capital management research and advisory firm, is launching its 2020 Employee Engagement Study to identify how organizations can improve employee engagement.
Brandon Hall Group asked about inclusive leadership behaviors demonstrated by organizations during the pandemic, and the most common behavior survey respondents saw was kindness, patience and genuine interest and curiosity about the well-being of others from their leaders. Instinctively, the desire to help each other is in all of us. Now, we must take what we’ve learned and apply it, to create a better workplace.
Brandon Halls Group’s Member Center expanded this week with a variety of relevant and cogent case studies, solution provider profiles, podcasts, eBooks and more.
The CLS program is a learning journey free of ratings or grades. It is focused solely on enabling learning professionals to learn and apply new competencies to drive business results in their organizations. Busy professionals can complete the certification at their own pace. And it is all done virtually.
The launch of the Certified Learning Strategist program, together with frequent learning webinars and new case studies on learning and leadership development illustrates the depth and breadth of Brandon Hall Group’s expertise in learning and development.
From webinars to publishing more global case studies than any human capital management research and advisory firm, Brandon Hall Group provides actionable insights on critical HCM topics every day. Highlight…
As a society, the time has come for us to make a decision. For our own mental health, we need to shift our mindset to look away from “returning to normal” and instead think about how we can manage our own stress and anxiety. This applies to employees as well as managers, who should be thinking, “How do I do my best in ways that help myself and this organization find success while minimizing stress?”
The coronavirus pandemic hits employers in multiple ways and Brandon Hall Group research addresses the critical issues through a data-rich report that shows changing trends, plus a pair of webinars examining how inclusion and learning agility can make a big difference.