Teams are the future of work. In 77% of organizations, at least half of work is accomplished in some sort of team, 2021 Brandon Hall Group research shows. The work done in teams is expected to increase in the next two years in 65% of those organizations.
Brandon Hall Group research shows that praise and recognition have a big impact on employeeengagement and retention. Building a culture of recognition and appreciation is critical to driving the trust and engagement needed to succeed in today’s business environment.
It all starts at the end: What are the business outcomes you want your leaders to drive? Then teach, reinforce, enable practice and coach them to reach those behaviors.
Bob Rosen’s six factors for scalable leadership development — anchored by a universal leadership model used at all levels of the organization — are the keys to success in making current and future leaders successful.
One of the top reasons leadership-development programs are not more successful, according to our research, is that leaders believe they don’t have enough time to learn. The real reason is that the culture in many organizations — which top leadership is responsible for — does not give leaders time to learn.
In our research, only 34% of organizations said they can prove their leadership program significantly impacts business results. That means they struggle to develop leaders who can help their organizations meet its business goals.
Brandon Hall Group, the leading independent HCM Research and Analyst Firm has opened entries for its 29th annual Excellence in Technology Awards. Often referred to as the Academy Awards of Human Capital Management, this is the original awards program focusing on corporate learning, talent and HR best practices.
Transformation, by definition, involves change. Then why do leaders pay so little attention to leading change when they are so bullish about transforming their organizations?
The biggest barrier to successful leadership-development programs, according to Brandon Hall Group research, is that leaders don’t have enough time to learn.
The Need for Emotional Intelligence in Future Leaders