TOP 10 NEWS: NOVEMBER 2019 WEEK 5

TOP 10 NEWS: NOVEMBER 2019 WEEK 5

1.Ways to create a successful learning experience for employees

To create Content as an Experience, HR professionals need to get to know their employees and understand what kind of learning will be helpful for them. One of the crucial components of successful educational experience at work is relevant content. Read on!

2. Latest Employee L&D Trends to look out for

Learning professionals are adopting a more strategic and proactive role in Planning and Development Training, aligned with business goals and, therefore, targeted to improve organizational performance. Thus, refining the employees’ experience continues to be a focal point for many organizations.Find out more!

3. According to a 2018 poll of generation Z employees, 40% of respondents reported that they would not accept their current job offer again due to a lack of opportunities for growth

Generation Z candidates particularly are quick to look at other jobs if no clear path for development exists in their present jobs. To retain these employees, Managers must connect them with skill-building opportunities beyond their day-to-day roles.Learn more!

4. Bad bosses do not build teams; they build competitiveness and a “cover-your-back” mentality

Bad bosses inculcate a sense of insecurity amongst employees about their roles within an organization. They demonstrate employee’s time isn’t valuable, by creating urgent needs as a result of inappropriate planning and a lack of inclusivity.Click here for details

5. Building employees pride is crucial for an enhanced performance

Today,the competitive environment is more demanding than ever. Therefore, people at every level and especially those on the front lines have to be at their best. As a Manager of an organization, if you want employees to elevate their performance, you need to first build up their pride.Read further

6. A shift from quality to the impact of L&D Training is essential

L&D professionals analyze the quality of training and are constantly focused on improving thequality of development, content, and programs. However, there needs to be a shift from quality to impact to achieve higher ROI Read more

7. An Active Listener is an Effective Leader

Most of the organizational problems could be solved with appropriate conversations between the boss and the employees. These conversations must involve showing genuine appreciation, agreeing on mutual expectations, challenging unhelpful behavior, etc.Keep reading for more info

8. Creating a framework for learning is the gateway to organizational success

For a Leader, learning is a tool that provides new experiences and ways to approach problems that were a hindrance in the past. To enable the right kind of learning, creating a framework is important.Read on to explore more

9. Experiential learning – Solution to engage learners, enabling them to absorb, retain and apply learning

Experiential learning refers to playing an active role in learning instead of being a passive consumer of the learning. According to the University of Minnesota’s Center for Educational Innovation, this type of learning can certainly improve results.Click here for the insights!

10. Curiosity and Responsibility – Vital skills training should impart

Employers are increasingly prioritizing soft skills in both hiring and training. These skills include curiosity, responsibility and positive thinking, according to Keca Ward, senior director of talent experience at Phenom People. Deep dive to discover more about such behavioral skills. Read More!

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