An economic downturn, layoffs and evolving employee expectations mean HR professionals need to be prepared for the road ahead. We cover upcoming talent trends and strategies to keep your workforce thriving next year in the latest episode of Talent Management's podcast, Talent10x.
Don't panic! There is no "Skillspocalypse" on the horizon. In this special episode of Voices of CLO in partnership with Cornerstone, Chief Learning Officer's managing editor, Liz Loutfi, speaks with Cornerstone CLO Marc Ramos about skills development, and what learning leaders can do today to prepare their leaners for the future.
Stacey Boyle, learning strategist and value consultant at EdCast by Cornerstone explores the five skills your employees need to stay relevant.
Boyle has more than 25 years in the L&D field as a strategic consultant. Her professional journey includes a decade of working as a learning strategist for clients of the top three eLearning vendors. Boyle has designed and delivered measurable change initiatives with Fortune 500 companies (e.g., McDonald’s, Verizon, BMW, Allergan Pharmaceuticals), federal agencies (e.g., Defense Acquisition University, NASA), nonprofits (e.g., Greater Twin Cities United Way and CareerEdge) and school districts.
Stacey Boyle, learning strategist and value consultant at EdCast by Cornerstone shares best practices for how to transform to a skills-based organization.
You’ve heard these phrases repeatedly. And it’s true: The COVID-19 pandemic and other world events have accelerated us towards an environment of unrelenting business transformation, permanently pixelated work arrangements, the need to embrace a more inclusive, purpose-driven culture and to make growth opportunities more accessible and more personal than ever before.
Fundamentally, the patterns of how we live, work, collaborate, engage, and produce will never be the same.
Most people crave development and growth opportunities, especially when they are linked to career advancement. But there are distinct factors that can impact an employee's interest and ability to take advantage of growth opportunities.
In the new 2023 Global Talent Mobility Study, we uncovered the critical aspects of career mobility that business leaders must know.
Employees want to grow. It’s no longer a lifetime commitment to an employer, but if your people stay an extra year or two, everyone benefits. There is vested interest in career mobility that benefits both when done well.
Since the pandemic first swept across the globe, much has changed in the world of work. Out of necessity, we conducted a global experiment in remote and hybrid work. Employers were forced to contend with economic threats and learn how to adapt.
In our 2022 report, we expanded our research scope to get a truly global picture of how employers and employees view their organizations’ continued investment in skills, their ability to influence talent and business outcomes, and their response to the pandemic. We also examined how organizational performance factored into those investments.