Fully democratized leadership development is critical — and expand leadership training to all levels of the organization. Clearly, there are some challenges and obstacles, but they are worth addressing and overcoming.
The goal of fully democratized leadership development is to create a cohesive leadership culture transcending all levels and geographies. With everyone operating from the same set of leadership behaviors, a rich, inclusive collaborative culture can be built.
Employers should provide time for their leaders and high potentials to absorb what they have learned and apply it in a safe environment, such as peer groups and live or online simulations. In addition to formal training, at least half of organizations say their leaders will leverage videos, web-based training, job aids, infographics, podcasts, or tool kits to get additional information on leadership.
Two years after Ultimate Software and Kronos merged into UKG, the company prepares to march forward under a new leader and emerging culture while remaining fiercely focused on embedding its core values of diversity, inclusion, equity and belonging into its HR technology offerings.
Most organizations recognize that the best employees are those who fit the organization’s culture. Leadership is an important part of the culture, so why would leadership values and principles not be communicated at the earliest possible time?
While it has been on the radar for some time, the concept of diversity͕ equity and inclusion (DEI) has recently grown in importance and become a critical priority for many…
Brandon Hall Group is partnering with ETU to host a webinar exploring the use of simulations for skill-building. We will look at ways to leverage simulations for different skills, and the different learning needs simulations can address. To find out more about the business case for immersive learning, join us.
organizations are searching for ways to predict what the needs of their workforce will be in the coming years. This study explores how organizations are using advanced analytics to help predict scenarios and responses.
backed talent acquisition technology, you need to determine what people, processes, and technology you have in place to help talent acquisition professionals understand and make use of the technology they are given.
In a recent Harvard Business Review article, a team from global professional services firm BTS identifies a significant barrier — confusing assimilation and inclusion — and offers strategies for empowering more individuals from diverse backgrounds to achieve success.