Giving new employees the data, tools and access they need so they can make their own decisions is part of a self-service philosophy that has long been promoted by HR professionals and given additional weight from the events of 2020.
At this critical moment, organizations need to take a hard look at their workforce training strategy and the technology they use to put it into action. The void left by the cessation of in-person training led to a rush of digital solutions that may not have been completely thought through. To be successful, companies should use this time of disruption to create their ideal learning environment.
200 organizations were honored with the highly sought-after Brandon Hall Group HCM Excellence in Technology Award for developing and implementing technology that measurably benefits human capital management. Brandon Hall Group,…
Brandon Hall Group’s 2020 Performance Management Study provides a snapshot of the current state, plus actionable insights, strategies and tactics to bridge the gaps and better align PM with business goals
Organizations rely on teams to drive the business now more than ever in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Brandon Hall Group’s Team Development Study seeks to understand the priorities and strategies…
Our members gained access to new research notes, research summaries and more assets to help them navigate through the current challenging business landscape Highlights Meritocracy, Talent Pipeline Fuels Diversity and…
Measurement and analytics allow organizations to identify, assess and understand the magnitude of obstacles. Understanding the size and magnitude of obstacles allows leaders to prioritize what needs to be addressed immediately, over time and in the long-term.
Brandon Hall Group, the preeminent independent human capital management research and advisory firm, is launching its 2020 Employee Engagement Study to identify how organizations can improve employee engagement.
Brandon Hall Group asked about inclusive leadership behaviors demonstrated by organizations during the pandemic, and the most common behavior survey respondents saw was kindness, patience and genuine interest and curiosity about the well-being of others from their leaders. Instinctively, the desire to help each other is in all of us. Now, we must take what we’ve learned and apply it, to create a better workplace.
The CLS program is a learning journey free of ratings or grades. It is focused solely on enabling learning professionals to learn and apply new competencies to drive business results in their organizations. Busy professionals can complete the certification at their own pace. And it is all done virtually.