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.
In today’s fast-paced world, employees and teams must prioritize flexibility. Many HR and leadership teams are cross-skilling employees to make their companies more agile and resilient so processes don’t grind to a halt when one employee is out of the office.
But while there are upsides to cross-skilling, there are a few downsides leaders should be aware of as well, including the risk of demotivating or disengaging employees.
With so much riding on creating effective training programs that stay with learners, here are three strategies L&D leaders can implement to ensure a boost in knowledge and application transfer post-delivery.
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.
Abilitie was named the silver winner in the Excellence in Technology Innovation category in the 2022 Chief Learning Officer Learning in Practice awards for a client partnership in which we delivered Executive Challenge as part of a client learning program. The Excellence in Technology Innovation award recognizes providers who have rolled out an innovative learning…
At Abilitie, we believe an underrated management skill is switching between interpretations. That’s why we are committed not just to simulations as the core learning methodology for our leadership development programs, but to team-based simulations.