At the end of the day, employees are a company’s biggest asset. Learning & Development initiatives are just one of many ways to help bring out your workers’ potential. LinkedIn found that 83% of organizations want to build a people-first culture, and 81% of L&D departments are helping to make that happen. As we near 2024, what were the most influential trends, initiatives, and best practices that shaped the L&D space?
While preparing for the new year, let’s take a look back at HR Daily Advisor‘s best L&D content of 2023.
Although traditional approaches to workplace leadership development aren’t producing the critical skills needed for the future, today’s leading organizations are evolving the way they develop leaders. Elizabeth Weingarten, Head of Behavioral Science Insights at Torch, shares how leadership development has evolved over time, how HR leaders can cultivate trusted relationships in the workplace, and key leadership skills that should be top of mind for organizations.
Why is it important for organizations to focus on developing flexible communication skills are part of their leadership development initiatives? Listen as we examine the multiple lenses of leadership communication and the need for adaptive, unique methods to messaging with Bluepoint’s Vice President of Coaching and Leadership, Neil Bryant.
Do you have what it takes to succeed as a first-time manager? According to studies, 40-60% of new managers fail or underperform within their first two years on the job. Ramona Shaw, a Certified Professional Leadership Coach, podcast host, and author of “The Confident & Competent New Manager: How to Rapidly Rise to Success in Your First Leadership Role,” is on a mission to change that and give new managers a fair chance of success.
Training and development is an inherently human process. However, there are a number of exciting and constantly improving AI technologies available commercially and at relatively low cost that can create significant efficiencies and advantages for training and development teams. Taking advantage of these emerging new technologies can help training leaders save time and effort while maintaining the quality of their offerings.
A well-crafted performance improvement plan tells employees your company wants to keep them around, wants them to succeed, and wants everyone to be on the same page. But how do you create a performance improvement plan that actually leads to improved performance?
If you’re used to managing employees in person, you may be surprised at how rocky the transition can be. Keeping that in mind, here are five things you absolutely shouldn’t do to remote employees. Avoid these mistakes to keep your employees satisfied, your business floating, and your industry thriving.
Employee culture does affect your bottom line. It actually impacts it quite a bit in a variety of ways. Seventy percent of your operating costs likely involve your employees. Employee culture isn’t some modern buzzword or fuzzy concept; it’s a real aspect of your business that needs care and attention.
Healthy company culture is key to the success of an organization. Jason Treu (Chief People Officer at Unstoppable Workplaces) and Michael “Batman” Cohen (Founder of Wayne Technologies Inc) discuss how to revitalize your company culture in 2023.
Understanding the common types of conflicts employees are engaged in is an important step toward discovering the source of such conflicts, which is an important step toward a successful resolution and a more collaborative and productive workforce.
Kike Ojo-Thompson, Founder & CEO of the KOJO Institute, discusses workplace diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) strategies, how to develop an anti-racist company culture, and what it takes to effect positive change.