Brandon Hall Group research shows most employers understand that managers and employees need to connect more frequently and effectively to improve performance. Regularly scheduled check-ins have the potential to be a great vehicle for coaching, feedback and career conversations. But that’s not the current case. Four in 10 organizations say managers and their team members have check-ins quarterly or less. Fewer than one-quarter meet at least weekly, which should be closer to the norm.
As the rest of Learning & Development rapidly evolved to more of a learner-centric, personal and impactful approach, compliance training remains mostly static and traditional, and is seen as a check-the-box “necessary evil.” Brandon Hall Group’s compliance training study examines how organizations can create better learning experiences that drive performance.
Organizations talk about making learning more “learner-centric” and improving the learner experience, but many are unsure what exactly that entails. Perhaps there is too much focus on the ease-of-use and functionality of technology that, while important, is not the sum of the learner experience. User experience is only one small part of the bigger picture.
The biggest barrier to successful leadership-development programs, according to Brandon Hall Group research, is that leaders don’t have enough time to learn.
How Employees Can Ensure an Inclusive Culture
Brandon Hall Group, the leading independent HCM research and analyst firm, recently launched a new study that looks at organizations’ talent-acquisition practices and correlates them with increases in key performance indicators to identify best and next practices in talent-acquisition strategies for their workforce.
This week’s news that isolved has acquired Givful shows a deep understanding of these needs of employers, employees and candidates. This acquisition gives isolved a lot of tools that help address the needs for connections within the organization and for people to feel better connected to their communities. This move also will have an impact on isolved customers feeling like their work is meaningful, which is a major component of attracting and retaining workers, regardless of where they physically do their job.
The Need for Emotional Intelligence in Future Leaders
EI Design can build Gamification, videos, Microlearning, and scenarios to help companies put it all together for a far more engaging, sticky, and impactful Immersive Learning experience — which has become critical within the dynamics of today’s remote workforce.
Creating a Stronger Link Between HR Outcomes and Business Outcomes