Three ways to increase the level of engagement for your staff through learning strategies
Examples of companies that are utilizing innovative strategies to drive performance throughout their organization while enjoying a high level of employee satisfaction
In part 1 of our 3 part webinar series: Emerging Trends in Performance Management: Diagnose, Discern & Develop - Part 1, we discussed how to diagnose your current performance strategies and how to potentially adjust those strategies to optimize your organization’s performance. As helpful as that is, it is also important to take the next step and dive into how we can facilitate our team’s knowledge, skills and attitudes to perform at an optimal level. Unfortunately, research shows that only 29% of employees are actively engaged in their job which implies that 71% are in some way not engaged. It is fair to suggest that if employees are not engaged in their job it will be difficult to expect their performance to rise from the ordinary to the extraordinary.
In this next session, Jeremy Spake, Principal Consultant, Advisory Services for Cornerstone Ondemand will discuss the three ways to increase the level of engagement for your staff through learning strategies. This is important because 96% of CEOs surveyed by ATD/ROI Institute are looking for business impacts from their learning programs. Learning professionals must align to the needs of the business. Mr. Spake will address this imperative through best practices as well as examples of companies that are utilizing innovative strategies to drive performance throughout their organization while enjoying a high level of employee satisfaction.
Companies make a big mistake when cramming hours of mind-numbing employment information into their new employee orientation. There's a better way forward for new hires to be educated on corporate history and culture and help them establish bonds with their peers and others in the organization.
Imagine what it could do for your bottom line if you extended impactful learning experiences to your network. Each company is at a different point in their corporate learning journey and you need to ask: is your organization ready to take your learning strategy to the next level?