All professions come with a unique set of challenges; learning and development is no different. Throw a random selection of global learning and development leaders into a room, and regardless of industry, region or demographic, everyone present will agree their biggest problem is getting employees to find the time to avail of the learning opportunities they have so painstakingly developed and implemented.Read more
With all of the priorities businesses face and all of the pressures on employees’ time and energies, I am sometimes asked the question – “Heide, what do you recommend as the ten essential courses all employees should take?” This is akin to asking parents to pick their favorite child.Read more
The learning experience platform (LXP), according to industry insiders, is the L&D profession’s response to the changing needs and expectations of learners. With it, organizations are better positioned to identify and address skill gaps, capture and use data effectively to measure L&D impacts, promote a self-driven learning approach and foster an engaging culture of learning in the workplace.Read more
Asia has experienced phenomenal growth over the past 50 years and now represents over one-third of global Gross Domestic Product (GDP), a trend the experts expect to continue. For example, BMI’s Cedric Chehab believes, “By 2030, Asia will account for the largest share of global GDP at around 40 percent.” As a result, what happens in Asia will significantly impact the global economy, so it is in everyone’s interest to have a keen awareness of the business trends that are shaping the Asian market.Read more
Aware that not everyone made it to Perspectives, our annual user conference, we selected four customer-led presentations and made them available for everyone. These complimentary webinars are packed with new strategies for developing talent, navigating organizational change and designing personalized dashboards.Read more
In recent years the way organisations look at leadership, and leadership development in particular, has changed. It’s less ad hoc and more strategic with the role of leadership shifting towards a more transformative one.Read more
A lot actually.
June is Pride month.
June was chosen to commemorate the 1969 Stonewall riots which effectively kicked off the LGBTQ rights movement.
We have come a long way since then, but the fight is far from over and recent global events suggest now more than ever we need to remember that everyone deserves equal rights and the workplace should reflect the true diversity of the human race.Read more
By Lauren Kuss
This post originally appeared on the Hire Our Heroes blog.
During Perspectives, Dan Caporale, founder of Hire Our Heroes, will discuss Empowering Veterans with Percipio, Thursday, April 12 at 3:50 pm. Read more
By Apratim Purakayastha
One of the many rewards of having children is that sense of wonder and awe you experience as you watch them grow. Such is the universality of these emotions that even Bob Harris, Bill Murray’s rather enigmatic character in 2003’s critically acclaimed Lost in Translation, talks about kids as being the most interesting people you will ever meet.Read more
By Laura Overton
Find Out in Our Latest In-Focus Report ‘Modern Learning Content: For Modern Workers’ Which Explores Learning Content That Will Keep Them Motivated and Excited.
Our data revealed that the modern learners can make quick decisions about how and where they learn based on what they need to do their job better.Read more