Learning & Development

Best of Learning & Development 2022

Learning and development has always been a staple in the world of human resources, and it’s growing ever-more important. Nearly 75% of leaders believe that L&D has become more influential over the past year. This comes as no surprise, as 76% of employees say they’re more likely to stay at a job that offers continuous learning and growth opportunities.

As the new year quickly approaches, let’s take a look back at HR Daily Advisor‘s best L&D content of 2022.

HR Works Presents HR Work Break: L&D Is the Engine that Powers Employee Engagement

Sean McGinty, Learning and Product Engineer at Simplify Compliance, joins HR Work Break to discuss how to improve learning and development programs, the difference between a push and pull learning culture, and how L&D departments should teach, support, and elevate a company’s mission, vision, and values.

HR Works Podcast: Building a Bespoke Learning Path

Together with Sandra Humbles, Global Head of J&J Learn, we look the employee-focused approach to learning & development that is being championed by so many organizations in the wake of the Great Resignation and Great Reshuffle.  Sandra shares the cutting edge and customizable approach she and her team have instituted across Johnson & Johnson’s massive workforce, shifting global learning and development efforts toward a more employee-focused model.

HR Works Presents Pages of HR: The New Rules of Work

Kathryn Minshew, CEO and Co-Founder of job search and career advice site The Muse, as well as co-author of The New Rules of Work: The Modern Playbook to Navigating Your Career, joins Pages of HR with advice that will help you learn everything you need to know to find your direction, land a job you love, and succeed at the career you’ve always wanted.

HR Works Presents HR Work Break: Gain Perspective and Operate with Heart

Jeff Ostermann, Sweetwater’s Senior Vice President and Chief People Officer, joins HR Work Break. In Jeff’s words, HR is the “heartbeat” of any organization, and all members of a Human Resources team should operate with heart. Tune in as we discuss how new perspectives can revolutionize companies and human connections, how to reframe HR to be personal rather than transactional, and how to become a leader that motivates and leads people to opportunity.

The New Role of HR in a Remote World

In the past, HR had the role of seeking candidates, being there for employees, developing company culture, and building a comprehensive onboarding program and employee guidelines. But how has that job evolved in the last few years, and what has impacted the changes? From COVID to increasing attention about bias, inequity, lack of diversity, and tolerance, the role of an HR executive or human capital leader has been forever altered.

The Importance of Psychological Safety at Work

 Psychological safety is experiencing a rebirth as companies become more geographically dispersed and seek out new ways to motivate and retain employees, increase productivity, and promote an inclusive culture. Research shows that psychological safety plays a significant role in engaging workers and reducing employee turnover—even more than pay.

The Importance of Providing Employees with Uptraining Opportunities

Upskilling is about far more than giving your employees the hard skills they need to complete their work-related tasks. By choosing to invest in your people via upskilling, you show your employees that you value them and their career goals, and will find a range of benefits from retention to improved recruitment. It’s a vital part of any business’s operations.

Top 10 Qualities of a Great Coach Infographic

Most of us know what great coaching looks like: the person being coached learns, develops, and performs at a higher level. But what do great coaches look like? Check out our infographic on the top 10 qualities of great coaches.

The Rise of Deskless Workers and How To Engage Them

As the world continues to shift away from a traditional office environment and toward a hybrid model or completely deskless/on-demand working models, employers must find new ways to train and optimize their workforce to foster long-term engagement, motivation, and retention. 

Compliance in the Pandemic

For the past few years, COVID-19 has been a constant stressor. For businesses, there is some uncertainty around how to best handle the pandemic from a legal standpoint. We spoke with Tiffany Castagno, CEO of CEPHR LLC, and Meagan Murphy, attorney at Skoler Abott, to better understand what steps companies should take to stay on top of the pandemic.

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