In response to demand for focused, shorter course offerings, Abilitie has launched its award-winning business development programs to organizations of all sizes through Invited MBA’s open enrollment cohorts. Abilitie will continue to work with enterprise clients to offer award-winning leadership development programs, business simulations, and virtual mini-MBAs, and has expanded its open enrollment Invited MBA…
Learning and development programs no longer serve the purpose of employee education alone, and the need for talent retention and cohort-based learning will continue to grow in 2023.
As we reflect on the last 12 months and look to the future, five valuable trends that can benefit L&D professionals emerge.
While quiet quitting certainly has negative connotations, many adopters of the phrase are championing the idea of prioritizing mental health over unreasonable deadlines, overtime hours, taking on responsibilities outside of their job description, or stressing out at work.
Regardless of how it’s defined, it is important for you, as a leader, to understand, listen to, and bolster how your employees are feeling.
This week, Inc. announced Abilitie ranked on its annual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of the fastest-growing private companies in America. We also received the award in 2020.
Being a leader in today’s workplace comes with unique challenges. From the culture of work evolving dramatically to retaining and engaging top talent, leaders are dealing with more stress than ever. To combat the ever-changing work environment and shifting priorities, it’s important for you as a leader to take time to reflect and refocus for the second half of 2022.
HR leaders have evolved beyond the stereotypical “payroll people” to dynamic individuals requiring virtual presentation skills, communication, financial literacy, and overall business acumen. Organizations that invest in the development of their HR leaders will see a return in the form of talent retention, people management, and overall organizational effectiveness.