Every week, I read dozens of articles about management, human resources, and employee development. I look for advice grounded in reality that small and large companies can easily use to help people engage, perform, and improve. I’ve pulled the best ones from this week so you can get right to the good stuff.
7 Reasons Why You Should Embrace Grassroots Learning Movements
With the overwhelming choice of learning resources at your employees’ fingertips, you might find them taking their training into their own hands. These “grassroots” approaches to learning color way outside the lines of traditional L&D, but they might offer significant business benefits. Learn why.
Why Leadership Training Fails – and What to Do About It
Leaderhip development is one of the most common training topics and many companies spend thousands of dollars on sophisticated programs which result in little positive change. This article from the Harvard Business Review looks into the problem and offers some ideas for addressing it. Read more.
Buzzword Decoder: Just-in-Time Training
Just-in-time training is a new way to think about training as small bites of information shared with employees over multiple channels and key points during the work day. This article dives into the concept, its benefits, and some ways you can implement it. Read more.
4 Secrets Behind the Best Employee Training
This quick article reviews some key elements of a productive training program. I especially like secret #4 – employee feedback. Read more.
How Employee Engagement Impacts the Bottom Line
Training and development help improve employee engagement, but what does increased engagement do for your business? This is a great discussion with research and specific examples to help you measure the value of engagement to your organization. Read more.
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