Just because team buildings can’t be what they used to be does not mean they need to disappear from the virtual workplace. The need to belong and feel good with coworkers is even more important these days, so activities that strengthen team spirit and boost morale are essential.
Managing a remote team is not necessarily more difficult than an in-person one; it’s just different. As a leader, you have to acknowledge the differences, know what your employees need, and create the environment and processes that will help them reach their goals.
When thinking of your company’s brand, it’s important to consider what people are saying about you, not only what you are trying to present. Employee advocacy is the most efficient business card you could put out in the world.
Coaching is one of the most powerful tools leaders have to make sure their organizations thrive, and their teams have an easier time of being resilient through a difficult period. For hybrid teams, it’s important to have the information, show care, be honest, and deliver meaningful and constructive coaching.
Applying the 5 Whys technique to any request will lead to a better understanding of the issue and give you an idea about what should be included in the material. It’s also the best way to see if the solution pertains to L&D or it’s different need altogether.
Training programs backed up by data instead of gut feelings are more accurate and deliver more value for businesses. Let’s see what L&D professionals can do to build a data-driven training strategy!
Any training program that is done too fast will need a lot of after work and will probably end up costing more as well. So, here is the ideal sequence for planning corporate e-learning programs that saves you both time and money.
Motivating employees in the shaky post-pandemic landscape comes down to removing barriers to remote or hybrid work. Most of all, it’s about investing in your employees’ wellbeing and involving them in decision processes that affect them directly and indirectly.
Accountability is a requirement in today’s corporate environment. It ensures clarity of objectives and the alignment between these and the overall desired results of the company. C-suite managers, line managers, and team leaders are accountable for setting up and sustaining this type of work environment.