Most organizations have a competency model that includes the critical behaviors necessary for success in that culture. At Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), they are no different. With a diverse and multidisciplinary population whose priorities encompass national security, technology and engineering innovation, and scientific computing, how do you implement leadership competencies that need to be consistent across the institution, yet flexible enough to meet the needs of the individual organizations? LLNL did this by engaging with Skillsoft’s Professional Services Group to map Skillsoft content to organization competencies. During this session LLNL will share:
That it takes minimal technical skills to use the KnowledgeCenter Editor to brand the Skillsoft Leadership Advantage (SLA) tracks to make them relevant to your organization.
By following a template system portals can be replicated to meet the needs of individual organizations as well as provide actionable steps to embedding the SLA into their own portals.
Tips for successful implementation of a competency knowledge center in your own organization or business unit.
How can E-learning best fit within a growing organizational learning and development portfolio? Join Skillsoft's Willard Scott as he answers the top eight must-ask questions to consider when implementing a new E-Learning program.
The words and actions of individual managers/leaders have a disproportionate impact on the engagement of their people. This HCI Solution Suite is based on a keynote presentation given by Mark Fernandes, Chief Leadership Officer at ...
Successful, innovative, big businesses have entrusted their fortunes in the capable hands of female executives. Cardinal Health, a Fortune 17 healthcare company with over $100 billion in revenue and over 33,000 employees, has taken bold steps to accelerate the advancement of women internally, but also in the community and in the healthcare industry.