The rapid change to remote work creates a host of new challenges for managers who may never have received effective management training to begin with. Now is when managers need to lean on their training the most, but that training is simply not there. Here's how to re-invent your manager training.
Launching a new training program isn’t as simple as buying some courses and mandating employee attendance. Companies that enthusiastically push forward without proper planning often suffer from misaligned business goals, overwhelmed L&D departments, and a lack of C-suite buy-in. Any of these could sink your training program as soon as it starts. Here’s what you need to know to get started.
How do you make a compliance training plan that conveys this essential information without boring your teams’ socks off?
We’ve identified 3 biggest factors that are shaping the future of corporate training. Find out how the landscape is evolving and what you need to do to ensure your training programs stay useful and relevant.
Many companies approach diversity training from a place of obligation: they’re more concerned with avoiding lawsuits than creating real change. We call BS.