Millennials actually WANT feedback. Based on research and interviews with Millennials, they want more from their managers – more than “constructive” feedback that is anything but “constructive”.
Historically, increasing the representation of women in leadership roles has been approached as a fairness issue rather than a business issue. But recent research suggests that increasing your organization’s female leadership can be a highly profitable decision as well.
Explore why training managers and leaders in coaching skills can transform the supervisor-supervisee relationship, strategies for infusing coaching into all aspects of your organiztion's day-to-day operations, and more.
With this research, conducted in partnership between HCI and Oxygen, we explore the current state of organizational learning and development and offer recommendations for a more modern approach that evolves L&D into a ...Read more
Explore the secrets of what the world's top companies are doing differently to increase the engagement of their employees and innovative techniques that build a lasting, meaningful connection between your organization and your people.
Learn how to help your employees retain 90% of their training and how your company can save both money and time by retaining training.
Discover why effective management of both blackspace and whitespace initiatives can improve your organization's performance and how each type must be managed differently, while exploring the four keys to success in managing whitespace projects.
Even though the HighGround study found employees and managers prefer a more frequent cadence for performance conversations, a poll of webcast attendees revealed that 44% of respondents still have performance conversations just once a year. So how can HR and organizations deliver the ongoing approach that managers and employees want?
Learn about the most common approaches to women's leadership that are outdated and blocking change, while discovering an updated approach to helping progress women through leadership and how to do it in 9 steps.
Three warning signs flash up for me as I consider the 2017 learning and development trends in the CGS annual report the: Lack of cross-enterprise collaboration; fall of the facilitator; and rigid nature of many L&D strategies and initiatives. Over 70 percent of those surveyed state that the role of L&D will change this year. That's huge! If your team doesn't have partners in the business, a smart replacement for the facilitator, and processes that pivot alongside your corporate goals and initiatives, you may not be in control of that change.