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Effective Learning and Development Programs Best Practices and Strategies

Effective Learning and Development Programs Best Practices and Strategies
When it comes to the most effective learning and development programs best practices, looking ahead is key. But the COVID-19 pandemic has revealed just how difficult it can be to predict the future of business. Therefore, it's absolutely critical that you make a plan with inherent flexibility to

Supporting Teamwork in the Workplace Among Distributed Employees

Supporting Teamwork in the Workplace Among Distributed Employees
The coronavirus pandemic has turned remote work into our "new normal" practically overnight, according to the Society for Human Resources Management. Employers are learning quickly that a truly successful work from home program takes more than functional networks and secure hardware.

The Key to Building the Workforce of the Future? Allow for Practice

The Key to Building the Workforce of the Future? Allow for Practice
The workplace was rapidly shifting before the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, with the world on its head, organizations must adjust for the workforce of the future. It doesn't take a crystal ball to see that job roles are changing, and there's a growing need for upskilling and reskilling—both technical

Creating a Learning and Development Strategy: Ask the Right Questions

Creating a Learning and Development Strategy: Ask the Right Questions
Part of the learning leader's role is to create a learning and development strategy that supports the success of the people and the organization. But your L&D team can't work in a bubble. When you're first getting into the swing of updating your L&D strategy, it may be a challenge to get

Gen Z at Work: The Future of eLearning for the New Workplace

Gen Z at Work: The Future of eLearning for the New Workplace
Demographics in the workplace are constantly shifting, and it's time for learning and development teams to begin thinking about Gen Z at work. The generation born after 1996 is now the youngest member of today's four-generation workforce. Gathering insights into generational differences can help you