L&D experts from Bank of America, Credit Suisse, and Abilitie explored five key considerations for building an AI-integrated learning program, drawing insights from their own experiences.
If the most impactful learning happens in the space between, requiring employees to take more courses isn’t the answer. Rather than focusing on individual learning, Dr. Paine encourages L&D leaders to choose training programs that lean into the wisdom created by sharing knowledge from person to person throughout the organization.
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.
Data is arguably the most important component of a learning program because it proves the return on investment (ROI). By collecting data and metrics around the success of different initiatives, learning & development departments can demonstrate what we already know; learning is of the utmost importance when it comes to the growth and longevity of…
Creating engaging, measurable, and sticky leadership and development experiences can be challenging. Here are three tips.
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.