American workforces face tough environments. A recent study by Rand Corp, Harvard Medical School and The University of California, Los Angeles found in a 2015 poll of 3,066 US workers that nearly one in five employees report that they work in threatening or hostile conditions. When supervisors and managers come… Continue reading Workforces and Negativity
What happens when employees move up from the inside? All sorts of wonderful things: Trust and loyalty increase, not only for the person promoted, but with the peers as well. When top employees get a sense they can go somewhere in the company, they are more likely to hang in there and ride it out,… Continue reading Building Giants Newsletter The Value of Internal Promotions (June 20)
I do think eLearning can be a good tool as part of an organizational learning strategy: it can save costs of travel for far-flung employees, and the cost can be very low if you have creative and somewhat tech savvy Subject Matter Experts to pull them together. Your company can even purchase ready-made classes by… Continue reading Can eLearning Be Effective As a Corporate Learning Strategy?