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:
There is more than one way to create a culture that employees and clients crave. The office perks, extreme benefits and company outings come to mind first, but building a culture that lasts needs to be more than external.
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.
Creating a successful leadership plan can be stressful and difficult but the benefits are unmatched. The infographic below covers the three things you need when developing a leadership plan: goal definition and expectations, shaping your leaders and locating the right tools to do so.
The skills gap has been present in the working world since the most recent recession wreaked havoc on the economy in 2008. Although it is shrinking significantly, companies are still finding it difficult to source candidates with the right skills for open positions.
Creating a succession plan for your organization can be a difficult and daunting task to complete. If you’re struggling to perfect a succession plan for your organization, check out these 7 Rules to Create a Successful Succession Plan.
In a recent study, 83% of organizations said it’s important to develop leadership at all levels, but only 5% have implemented development programs. Of the 5% of developing leaders, many of them find themselves falling short of expectations.
Leadership development programs are often overlooked, leaving company leaders floundering for a way to rise in their departments.
Your organization’s greatest asset is its employees, who make up the mindshare and knowledge base to serve your paying customers. But how do you measure that asset? Employee engagement surveys and Glassdoor reviews are a good start, are they really clear indicators on how your greatest asset is being leveraged? To make the most out of the investment in your people, you need an objective line of site on their performance. Effective goal setting at every level of an organization is one of the most important motivators and means of evaluating your people’s contribution to the mission and purpose of the organization.
Corporate goals are different than individual or team goals, but they are a critical resource to close the gap between large organizational strategies and effective execution of those strategies. But corporate goals are more than just generating revenue or cost savings. Corporate goals should address common objectives of customer satisfaction, stockholder value, increasing the overall value of the organization, and other objective details that demonstrate real business results. Defining larger corporate goals correctly creates the framework in which your business can get to the next level within the market you live in.