Mapping It Out: Helping Employees See the Big Picture
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No matter the words scattered across your LinkedIn news feed, the world of work has changed, and a new world of work necessitates a new approach to skill development. Today’s learning and development (L&D) professionals are required to keep pace as business needs shift, but there’s more to modern skill development than signing up for the sexiest tech solutions.
The current talent shortage has made it more important than ever to find—and retain—good talent. Hiring top talent is a critical aspect of building a productive team, and a new hire’s onboarding experience can determine whether they succeed in the new role, or even stay with the company. In fact, a negative onboarding experience results in new hires being two times more likely to look for new opportunities.
In the post-pandemic context, developing leadership skills has become more crucial than ever. On-site interactions are becoming less frequent, employees’ mental health and well-being have come to the fore, these, combined with the talent shortage mean employers and leaders must do everything they can to create a supportive environment. Here are the five most important leadership skills.
In the hybrid working world, companies are turning to technology, such as Zoom, to onboard new remote employees. We know that employee onboarding is essential to retaining new hires, prioritizing employee satisfaction, and maintaining a productive office environment, but the question is: how can an onboarding program be delivered effectively over Zoom and other remote engagement tools?
The Great resignation, and widespread adoption of hybrid and remote work has added further complexity, as employers are challenged to engage and motivate their employees without the guarantee of physical proximity. Winning employers have realized they need to step up their game to attract and retain top talent, which is one reason there’s never been a better time to focus on strategic onboarding.