Retaining talent is a challenge in everyday situations and the context of a merger makes it even more difficult. However, involving talent development early in the process is your best bet for building a successful integration strategy that retains employees from both companies.
Mergers and acquisitions are complicated and entail significant changes that affect both companies. Talent development teams play a major role in the process, so here are the top five talent development challenges after mergers and acquisitions that all companies should be aware of:
The pandemic has brought many changes to employee training. Optimizing the L&D strategy helps companies attract and retain valuable talent, so while it may not be smooth sailing, this isn’t the time to abandon ship.
As almost 60 percent of U.S. employees prefer to work remotely, adapting to hybrid training is a must. So let’s delve into some of the most common challenges of training a hybrid team and see how instructors can overcome them.
Remote work training is becoming increasingly important as more and more people are embracing the remote learning culture. The three keys to successful remote learning help managers and trainers create a plan to support the remote workforce effectively.
Storytelling needs a place in e-learning as it builds an emotional connection with the learning content, leading to behavior change. When designing online training courses, keep this in mind and take advantage of what storytelling can do for learner engagement.
Work-related stress is not new, nor will it simply disappear if managers address it. However, ignoring it has dire consequences. The good news is that managers have the power to help their teams deal with stress:
It’s harder to motivate employees in tough times. That’s why we’re looking at the three essential ingredients for motivation and how managers can successfully apply them to meet their team members’ needs:
Inspired by highly effective marketing tactics, learning campaigns help you step up your employee development game. It’s the perfect way to motivate employees to learn more and consequently achieve your company’s goals.