Research and statistics show that virtual reality (VR) in corporate training will reach a value of $2.8 billion by 2023 and that VR has several benefits for the learning and development (L&D) industry. But if you want your employees to experience those benefits from your VR learning initiatives, there are five essential elements you must […]
Many of your employees will make New Year’s resolutions to get a new job or to learn a new skill. According to Statista, “learning a new skill” and “getting a new job” are two of the top 10 resolutions that people made last year. And they will most likely make these same resolutions again for […]
Sometimes, as learning and development (L&D) professionals, we can get so consumed with evaluating and helping employees across our organizations that we forget to train our own L&D staff, trainers, or even ourselves.
Adding to yesterday’s post, here are more questions you should ask as you’re measuring your sales training program’s return on expectations (ROE) and return on investment (ROI).
In a study conducted by the Center for America Progress, the cost of losing employees reaches hundreds of thousands of dollars every year, sometimes even millions for larger companies. One way to decrease high turnover costs is to begin coaching employees who are underperforming. Below are four vital steps you must take when coaching underperforming […]
What’s an employer to do when there’s an employee with potential who simply isn’t quite meeting expectations?
by Lynda Silsbee Yesterday’s Advisor featured an article by Lynda Silsbee, CPT, SPHR, on creating organizational alignment. Today, Silsbee focuses on the role of leadership and how proper performance management can give your company culture a boost.
By Holly Jones, JD, Senior Legal Editor As another year comes to a close, many HR departments take on the annual task of the compliance audit, the update of the company policy manual and/or employee handbook, the review and replacement of workplace notices and posters, and any other HR housekeeping. But, what about your strategic […]
Every company understands there’s always room for improvement. In today and tomorrow’s Training Daily Advisor, business consultant Bridget Miller has some advice for managing—and improving—your employees’ performance level.