Brandon Hall Group to Launch Study on Partnering with Employees on their Career Development

Employees have their thoughts on their personal and professional development and advancement. Organizations have their own thoughts. Marrying the two is the only way to ensure career development and advancement is mutually beneficial. Brandon Hall Group’s newest research in career development seeks to uncover the ways successful organizations create partnerships between managers and employees when it comes to career pathing and advancement.

5 Important Strategies for Understanding Employees’ Potential

Almost 90% of organizations believe understanding employees’ potential is important or critical to meet future business needs. But only 19% say current processes are effective in evaluating employees’ potential. That’s because most organizations focus evaluation on past performance while at the same time saying that past performance is not an important indicator of potential, according to Brandon Hall Group research. This strategy brief recommends five strategies to improve the understanding and identification of employee potential.

Brandon Hall Group Research Highlights May 25-31, 2020

Career Development is a top priority of the emerging workforce, even during a pandemic. The latest Brandon Hall Group research shows that most employers have a steep climb to meet expectations and suggests short- and long-term strategies for improvement.

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