Does Your Organization Truly Value Learning?

September 16, 2015

“Learning and development in our organization is currently given a lot of lip service, but because of budget limits, it generally defaults to mission critical individuals and capabilities getting the most exposure and access to learning and development.”

We hear this sentiment again and again in the field. If it sounds like something you could have said yourself, read on to find out what you can do to change how your organization thinks about learning.

The Human Capital Institute (HCI) releases quarterly reports providing current statistics surrounding L&D, and prescriptive methods for addressing current talent management needs and future challenges.

The latest issue of this Talent Pulse report focuses on how to shift the mindset to learning for all employees, and how to match development programs to business needs and ensure that they are then being evaluated and measured for impact.

Click here to download the full report.

If you would like some additional help identifying ways to develop an outcome-based culture of business partnership that places high value on on-the-job behavior and subsequent results, consider attending HCI’s free webinar featuring a panel of experts with Jim Kirkpatrick.

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Additional Resources

Kirkpatrick Four Levels® Evaluation Certification Program – Bronze Level

Kirkpatrick® Business Partnership Certificate Program

Bringing Business Partnership to Life

Put Learning Analytics into Practice: How to Tie Learning to Tangible Business Outcomes

Easy Level 3

Avoid the “Red Pants Phenomenon”

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