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Spotlight on Eisai and Amplifon: Strengthening employees’ skills and competencies with effective L&D strategies
Learning and development strategies must continue to evolve in the ever-changing world of work. Training and development provide employees with a softer landing into change, and the introduction of digital learning and development platforms during the COVID-19 pandemic allowed employees a smoother transition into a new style of work. Both Eisai and Amplifon have been working with Cornerstone to create a learning and development strategy that is hyper-personalised and skills-focused, allowing their people and their entire organisations to become more agile and adaptable. How have Eisai’s and Amplifon’s attitudes toward learning and development changed? Historically, Eisai’s focus had been on mandatory training. The pandemic, however, shone light on how businesses need to be agile. Focusing solely on mandatory training did not grant Eisai the flexibility needed to survive and thrive in today’s environment. Eisai sought to encourage ownership of training and development, as well as improve trust between managers and employees during the transition to remote work. Using Cornerstone’s platform allowed for a more blended approach to learning, whereby face-to-face and digital materials were combined to take a more holistic approach to individual growth and development. At Amplifon, adopting Cornerstone allowed the firm to integrate its entire global workforce into one, open platform. The pandemic reinstated the importance of learning and development and prompted Amplifon to look toward what skills would be needed in the future and invest today in these key competencies that will matter tomorrow. A vital driver of this was employee experience. Leaders at Amplifon believe that this should be the same for everyone, no matter your position, geography or time zone. Amplifon invested not only in learning and development content but also in social tools to create communities and cohorts, to encourage an equal sense of belonging across the entire organisation. How were these digital learning and development strategies introduced, and were they successful? Eisai opted to allow employees to get familiar with the platform before rolling out more learning content. Cornerstone Anytime was then incorporated, with the multiple language packs making the variety of content available accessible to all. The more variety in learning content, the more uptake that was seen, with a 75% course completion rate highlighting the success of the platform. Amplifon also designed a creative teaser campaign to precede the introduction of Cornerstone. Apps that are commonly used, such as Spotify and Google Maps, were cleverly compared to the functionalities of Cornerstone (i.e. personalised and easy to navigate). When the platform was introduced during the height of the pandemic, the separate national lockdowns saw an enormous uptake in course completion. Employees were taking ownership of their development in their own time. What does the future hold for learning and development at Eisai and Amplifon? Amplifon aims to create a comprehensive experience through one common global platform that integrates into the work-life of employees, stimulating learning opportunities and powering self-driven growth. The company’s primary objective is to make its work population future-ready. Eisai echoes the above, whilst also looking to further embed development plans, encourage feedback and comments for continuous improvement and use the skills functionality to highlight learners’ strengths and direct their improvement. Although Amplifon and Eisai are at different stages in their Cornerstone journeys, their successful campaigns to promote a learning culture using a personalised people development programme is testament to the sizable payback from investing in people.
Strategies and Tools for Driving Learner Engagement
Many organizations are prioritizing learning to attract, retain, and grow top talent, but implementing the strategies at the right time for the right learner can be tough. Doing it with tight resources, even tougher. Andersen Corporation has experienced this. They knew it wasn’t enough to follow the standard “if you build it, they will come” mentality for learning. In this session, Strategies and Tools for Driving Learner Engagement, you’ll come away with: New ideas from the Andersen team as they share how they’ve been able to achieve a consistent increase in the consumption of Cornerstone Content Anytime (CCA) courses month over month Considerations to help you get started building your own effective communications strategy Tips and tools for executing a sustainable plan that drives continuous engagement and builds a culture of passionate learners In addition to hearing about Andersen’s content journey, you’ll also get a refresher from the Cornerstone team on the learner engagement tools we have available and ways that you can leverage your partnership with Cornerstone to get the most out of your learning content. Watch Now
How to use AI and skill intelligence to grow your people and organization
Today, only 17% of organizations use AI-based solutions in their HR function, and only another 30% plan to do so by 2022. And yet, AI has the potential to increase HR scalability, recognize patterns in people’s behavior and offer personalized support where and when needed. Whether using AI to help hire the best job candidates or relying on it to recommend the best learning content and personalized development plans or the optimal career path, AI has the potential to help your people grow and thrive through change. And in turn, help your organization uncover better insights about the business, make predictions, and effectively respond to dynamic market changes. Speakers: Ben Eubanks, principal analyst and Chief Research Officer, Lighthouse Research Ike Bennion, Director of Product Marketing, Cornerstone Henry Vasquez, Product Manager, Cornerstone Join Ben, Ike, and Henry as they share valuable insights into how AI and skill intelligence can help talent leaders tap into skills, content and people data to create a more tailored and personalized employee experience for every person you employ. In this webinar you’ll learn: How to leverage AI to improve and personalize the experience for your people in real, practical ways Why you need to establish skills as the universal language of growth and success across the business How AI and skill intelligence can help people be better at their jobs and grow in their careers View today to learn how you can use AI and skill intelligence to create a culture of skill-based growth and develop a workforce ready to adapt to any future.