a new approach
Want your engagement scores to be 10% higher than your competitors and enjoy a 5% productivity boost? Then change your talent development strategy. Yesterday’s approach to talent development simply can’t keep pace in a disrupted, mobile, always-on environment. As HR moves away from traditional central planning and control, and shifts towards people-centric enablement, your development strategy must adapt accordingly. Businesses need a talent development strategy that is smarter, yet simpler; faster, yet also better. Continuous, self-driven development is now not only a business requirement but also an expectation for engagement, retention, and competitive edge.
People management is so strongly linked to organisational success that finding efficient and effective delivery models that put development at the core of the business is now a prerequisite. Refreshing your approach to L&D is an extraordinary opportunity for growth, commercial gain and reinvention - something smart competitors are already embracing.
In this smart tip paper, we give you practical tips and insights on how best to apply and implement these new development models. From the centralisation and consumerisation of your learning; to securing budget and creating a pilot project; to the importance of starting with your outcomes in mind; these tips are a useful starting point when beginning your corporate development transformation journey.
10 Ways to Make It Happen – The Learning & Development Edition
Strategies are only successful if they’re put into action. To ensure your talent development strategy is a success, we’ve shortlisted some tips and tricks to help accelerate the effective delivery and effectiveness of your development program.