International employees bring a lot of added value to your organization, but they need to feel that they are valued, and their contribution is wanted. That’s why you should adjust your current talent development and recognition program to be inclusive and inviting of multicultural employees.
It’s essential for learning specialists to be able to discern between genuine training needs and situations when other types of interventions are much better suited. L&D should assume a consultant role before delivering on the initial request.
A positive career climate is always beneficial to nurturing an engaged, loyal, and satisfied workforce. Offering career development programs as part of the benefits package shows the company’s dedication to its workers and solidifies its reputation as a sought-after employer.
If before the spring of 2020, the general discussion about change was mainly about activating it, now we are talking about changes that are already here and how we should all roll with them. It’s essential to keep in mind that while any change process needs a good plan, it can only happen with the help of the people.
Your business stands to benefit from diverse workers that are supported in their careers. Make the effort to invest in their development and connect with them in a meaningful, values-led way. This helps you forge mutually beneficial relationships for years to come.
Lately, learning specialists were required to create short training interventions, focused on essential information or skills. Now it’s time to start designing learning paths that are targeted at building competencies and improving results, which requires a balanced blend of macro and micro learning.
“Multiculturalism in today’s organizations comes with many opportunities for development and improving the bottom line. It also brings some challenges that need to be tackled properly, by openly acknowledging differences and finding ways to bridge them positively and inclusively.
There’s at least a dozen established leadership styles, each effective in the right context and executed by the right person. Managers have to adapt to the current context and do things that will be good for both the organization and the employees. Let’s explore three leadership styles that work in times of crisis!
In today’s corporate environment, training content can become stale or obsolete in a matter of months, and it’s the learning specialists’ job to keep them updated. Sifting through heaps of information is no easy task, but these strategies will help you find what is relevant without spending too much time doing so.
Right-skilling employees is about more than making sure they learn something new and become more efficient in their work. In the current volatile environment, right-skilling is the only way to ensure that businesses close learning gaps and employees feel more secure about their future.