Explore Podcasts, Webcasts and Executive interviews from the Human Capital Institute (HCI) to learn best practices and new ideas from thought leaders on onboarding new employees. Click on the titles in the infographic to view contentRead more
The key to the layered learning process is that it links the associate’s development to support and involvement with his or her direct supervisor.
Each suite is developed to create repetition, follow up and reinforcement as well as accountability, tracking and measurement.
What participants around the world tell us about their learning is that they appreciate that each module is succinct and that they get a chance to practice, drill and rehearse in a safe learning environment.
They’ve been called entitled, narcissistic, and attention-craving. Their work ethic and loyalty are questioned frequently. Their parents call in sick for them. They never turn on CNN and yet they get breaking news hours before you do. Their technological skills are legendary, but their critical thinking skills are lacking. They’ve never had a landline and see no need for owning a printer. They’re the first people you call when your technology stops working. They can Google faster than their bosses can pull a fact from memory. They get repetitive stress injuries called “Texting Thumb” and “Twitter Thumb.” They’re 70 million members strong, and they are your next generation leaders.Read more
Improving your employee assessment and hiring practices to secure top external candidates is a sound strategy, but you can’t rely on new talent alone. Succession planning allows you to measure and promote the internal talent you’ve already invested in, which can be critical to gaining competitive advantage — especially when considering the fact that, according to the Center for Creative Leadership, an astonishing 66% of senior managers hired from the outside fail within 18 months.Read more