Leadership is not just for those with a corner office or an MBA hanging on the wall. Leadership is not just for those with the title “Chief” or “Vice President.” The reality is that leadership happens in different contexts, including in the self-context, and at every level of an organization.
Implementing learning and development software is a step towards improving your organization’s overall talent. Why? Because it’s an investment in the individual skills and leadership abilities of your employees. Some of the benefits new learning and development software include:
One of the most common factors for young talent leaving their company is the lack of development in their professional skills. These skills are often neglected, leaving your employees frustrated and searching for their next opportunity. In fact, 22% of those who left their jobs attributed their resignation to a lack of development. Creating a leadership development plan is essential for the future of your company.
77% of organizations overall are currently experiencing a leadership gap and are looking towards enterprise learning software to solve this lag. Training software can benefit your company with education, performance management, goal-alignment and overall growth.
Leadership styles come in all shapes and sizes. Whether you’re crazy about details or you prefer to look at the bigger picture, there is no one specific way to lead. How do you know what kind of leadership style you have?
Employee engagement statistics have been at the top of improvement lists at organizations across the country for as long as Gallup has been measuring them. Even as our solutions for getting employees engaged (and keeping them that way) have grown, the number of disengaged people within an organization has remained, stubbornly the same.
Employee Appreciation Day comes around once a year on the first Friday in March, and while some employers plan a whole outing around the holiday, these types of celebrations don’t exactly mean much if employees aren’t feeling valued all year long. In fact, 66% of employees say they would "likely leave their job” if they didn't feel appreciated. That’s over half your workforce that could walk out if managers are not showing appreciation for employees’ work. The costs associated with replacing half your workforce would be exponential. When it comes to Millennial employees who'd leave if they felt unappreciated, the number jumps to 76%.
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It is astounding how different today’s consumer is compared to the average consumer of 20 years ago. The modern consumer has grown up with technology and is wary of companies that don’t act according to the highest standards in terms of customer service, website design, and product quality. To stay on top in this highly competitive environment, businesses must optimize all aspects of their operation. At the heart of optimal performance lies a commitment to organizational excellence.