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.
From webinars to publishing more global case studies than any human capital management research and advisory firm, Brandon Hall Group provides actionable insights on critical HCM topics every day. Highlight…
As a society, the time has come for us to make a decision. For our own mental health, we need to shift our mindset to look away from “returning to normal” and instead think about how we can manage our own stress and anxiety. This applies to employees as well as managers, who should be thinking, “How do I do my best in ways that help myself and this organization find success while minimizing stress?”
The coronavirus pandemic hits employers in multiple ways and Brandon Hall Group research addresses the critical issues through a data-rich report that shows changing trends, plus a pair of webinars examining how inclusion and learning agility can make a big difference.
Webinars and podcasts provide powerful insights on inclusion and leadership in these unprecedented times. A new webinar and 16 solution provider profiles illustrate how technology helps organizations manage change in learning, talent management, leadership development and workforce management.
Brandon Hall Group research shows that the remote workforce will remain two to three times larger than before the coronavirus pandemic. The third edition of the remote work playbook and an eBook and webinar on upskilling and managing learning during and after the pandemic provides critical resources you need to successfully manage the crisis.
The analyst team provides new data and insights on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on human capital management. Other focuses of the past two weeks include women in leadership, a talent-acquisition technology selection guide and profiles of technology providers in learning, talent management, talent acquisition and workforce management.
Everyone absorbs information differently and has different interests, so each week Brandon Hall Group releases types of resources — infographics, webinars, research data highlights and self-assessment tools, among others — on a variety of topics, including development of skills, teams and careers, learning measurement and adaptive learning.