Only 31% of organizations believe they have a diverse talent pipeline, according to Brandon Hall Group research, partly due to the lack of recruiting focused on diverse candidates. But another challenge is monitoring inclusion and ensuring that diverse employees have a sense of belonging, feel valued and believe they have equal opportunity for career advancement. Driving inclusion is the key to retaining diverse talent.
88% of organizations have formal annual performance evaluations, but far fewer organizations take other actions associated with an objective and instructive performance-management process, according to Brandon Hall Group research. Percentage…
Honoring the 2020 Brandon Hall Group Excellence Award-Winners: Best Advance in High-Potential Development; Best Unique or Innovative Talent Management Program; Best Advance in Corporate Culture Transformation; Best Advance in Assessment Utilization to Guide Talent Decisions; Best Advance in Big Data to Inform and Predict Talent Strategy; Best Advance in Measuring the Impact of a Talent Strategy; Best Team Development Program; Best Advance in Creating a Talent Strategy
Honoring the 2020 Brandon Hall Group Excellence Award-Winners: Best Unique or Innovative Leadership Development Program; Best Advance in Senior Manager Development; Best Advance in Coaching and Mentoring; Best Advance in Leadership Development Competency Models; Best Advance in Leadership Development; Best Advance in Measuring the Impact of Leadership Development; Best Advance in Leadership Development for Women; Best Advance in Executive Development
Honoring the 2020 Brandon Hall Group Excellence Award-Winners: Best Advance in Compliance Training; Best Certification Program; Best Launch of a Corporate Learning University
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August 27, 2020 – Gold award celebrates the learning partnership which has successfully supported Greystar’s transformation to a learning culture. The Brandon Hall Group Gold award, jointly given to Greystar,…
Organizational learning is going through a seismic shift. The Covid-19 pandemic has created a new world of remote workers, with no chance for in-person classroom training. Delivering digital learning to a dispersed workforce is a challenge most organizations have been nibbling at the edges of for years.
Brandon Hall Group research shows that 80% of companies believe identifying future capabilities of the workforce is critical, but only 44% say they are effective at it.
The latest resources from Brandon Hall Group focus on strategies and technologies to help employers and employees thrive during this time of disruption.