Effective coaching does not have to eat up a lot of time or drain large amounts of energy. However, building a coaching culture requires it to become a habit for all the members of the organization. Here are 7 questions for making coaching a habit in your organization:
Remote work has transformed overnight from an occasional perk to a (seemingly) permanent necessity. Digital transformation in training and development got a huge boost, so it is important to develop digital training strategies that provide personalized training and support for remote workforces.
Weaving coaching deep into the fabric of organizational culture has tremendous benefits both for the employees and the company. However, making that happen is a lot more difficult. Here are three obstacles to overcome when building a coaching culture:
Remote work can bring up new challenges and responsibilities for managers and team leaders that may not have been considered before, so they need to implement best practices that will help team members adapt to this working style long-term and thrive. Let’s have a look at some of the ways team leaders can ensure the long-term success of their remote team:
The popularity of podcasts is mainly due to the fact that they allow for multi-tasking. In the shelter in place context, podcasts also offer a welcome break from too much screen time. It’s both convenient and engaging and thus a perfect way of delivering information and building up skills.
To make sure trainees are able to apply what they learn in real-life work situations, it is essential to address a few key factors: stakeholders, context, social environment, motivation, integration, intensity, and technology. Let’s see how each can improve the transfer of learning and make training programs more efficient!
L&D teams now face the challenge of providing quality learning opportunities, tailored to the requirements of our ‘new normal’. Video learning presents itself as a viable choice for delivering much-needed training. So let’s explore five guidelines on how to design video-based training:
Videos are an essential tool for your e-learning courses. When used properly, they can motivate people to personally engage with their learning like no other type of content can. If you want to drive engagement and learning up, then be sure to make videos a central part of your online L&D curriculum.
The world is changing at astonishing speed, especially when it comes to doing business. Perhaps it’s time for companies to stop thinking in terms of “fit” and start adopting a “fitness” mindset when they recruit their top professionals. Fitness-oriented recruitment will be essential for the 21st-century economy.