Career Development is a top priority of the emerging workforce, even during a pandemic. The latest Brandon Hall Group research shows that most employers have a steep climb to meet expectations and suggests short- and long-term strategies for improvement.
In this volatile, unprecedented time of the coronavirus pandemic, career development in most organizations has nowhere to go but up. No more than one-quarter of organizations have well-defined career paths, leaders trained to help employees grow their careers, employees effectively developed to grow in their current roles, and employees prepared for new opportunities within their organizations. The research suggests six strategies for improvement.
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Building the Business Case for Learning Management Systems
The learning technology landscape continues to evolve at a breakneck pace as organizations struggle to keep up. Responsive/adaptive design, collaborative tools and other technologies have matured and are now staples in the learning ecosystem. This report assists organizations in thinking through technological decisions to present a business case for the right learning management system.
Solution Provider Profile: DevelopIntelligence
This profile features Colorado-based DevelopIntelligence, providers of three custom training solutions: talent acquisition teams, technology teams and corporations. Solutions include corporate boot camps to accelerate digital transformation, upskilling and reskilling journeys, and new-hire development programs. Insights provided by Brandon Hall Group analysts Michael Rochelle and David Wentworth.
Executive Interview: AllenComm
Ron Zamir, CEO at AllenComm, Dr. Anne Marie Albano, Founder of the Columbia University Clinic for Anxiety and Related Disorders and Dr. Barbara Stanley, Director, Center for Practice Innovations at New York State Psychiatric Institute, speak with Brandon Hall Group COO Rachel Cooke about resources and the necessary coping skills for dealing with COVID-19 and other crises.
Executive Interview: O.C. Tanner on How to Build a Great Workplace
David Sturt, Executive Vice President of O.C. Tanner and Rachel Cooke, COO of Brandon Hall Group, discuss workplace culture, executive perceptions vs. employee realities and other issues related to driving a great workplace culture.
Thursday, May 28: Unlocking Opportunities for Immersive Learning
Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) have been widely used in the gaming and marketing industries for years. As the technology advances and device costs come down, we are seeing the learning industry starting to capitalize on the applications and benefits of VR and AR. Join David Wentworth, Principal Learning Analyst with Brandon Hall Group and Betsy Geller, Senior Learning Consultant at Conduent, as they explore what these technologies mean to the future of immersive learning. Read a blog here Register here
Wednesday, June 3: The Power of Skills: Empowering Talent Transformation in a Time of Disruption
Retaining top talent is business and HR leaders’ biggest concern, according to Brandon Hall Group research. The solution is to reinvent your approach to understanding and developing the workforce capabilities you need. Creating a skills orientation gives employees a path to pursue even now, during the uncertainty of COVID-19. Join Steve Feyer of Eightfold and Claude Werder of Brandon Hall Group as they discuss specific skills-driven strategies help build and retain a workforce that is agile in the face of continuous disruption. Register here
Thursday, June 4: Adapt & Grow as You Go: Supporting Different Needs and Audiences in One Platform
It can be difficult to meet the needs of multiple learning audiences across the business, geographies, and even outside of the organization. As different stakeholders sought to solve these challenges, more than 25% of organizations ended up with two or more learning platforms operating at the same time. To support growth, companies need to investigate a solution that facilitates all their training needs for all their audiences, in one place. Join David Wentworth, Principal Learning Analyst with Brandon Hall Group, and Docebo as they discuss the benefits of moving to one system that can meet the challenges of both adaptability and scale. Read a blog here Register here
Brandon Hall Group Featured in Training Magazine
By Claude Werder and David Wentworth, Brandon Hall Group
The current uncertain situation over the coronavirus provides opportunities for Learning and Development (L&D) to do what it does best. It’s also a chance to leverage the power of employee engagement to aid productivity.
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