The time is now: Building stronger and more inclusive workplaces
We are in a potentially transformative moment. Stepping up to meet this moment and create positive change—in our organizations, our communities, or even within ourselves—requires listening, learning, and, at times, unlearning. We need to unlearn corrosive behavior, unlearn defensive responses that hinder honest dialogue, and unlearn our biases.
Digital Leadership: engaging employees, communication, & the long-term lessons to take with you
We are facing unprecedented times. Between an economic downturn, massive furloughs, and fear for the health and safety of our communities, employees are feeling more uncertain than ever. Times of crisis and rapid change requires strong and effective leaders who are critical for setting direction, driving continuity, and motivating the broader organization. But, what does effective digital leadership look like? Join Jim Batz, Cornerstones Senior Manager of Learning and Development to learn: -The importance of instilling a strong digital company culture -The essential soft skills you need to be an effective leader -What Cornerstone is doing to effectively manage and engage a remote workforce Regardless of when things get back to “normal”, we know it will be a new normal. The digital transformation that takes place now will reap benefits today and long into the future.
Using Compliance and Skills Training to Increase Retention
Catch the replay of our webinar and hear how a Cornerstone client reduced new hire turnover by 28% within their first year of using a learning management system (LMS). While compliance training is a must, learning & development has a direct business impact on employee engagement. Today’s demands for learning from the multi-generational workforce presents an opportunity to build a strong workplace culture that promotes employee learning. In this webinar, you’ll learn: why learning matters, the business impact of learning, and a real-life success story of a unified learning strategy.
A manager's guide to confronting performance issues
One of the most daunting tasks managers face is dealing with an underperforming employee. Traditional approaches to performance management often leave managers unequipped to deliver constructive performance feedback. As a result, employees feel demoralized and defensive rather than motivated to succeed.
What you have to know before choosing an LMS
What you have to know before choosing an LMS. Presented by Craig Weiss, CEO and Lead Analyst, Craig Weiss Group and FindAnLMS.
How ASU kept their learning culture strong during profound disruption
A strong workplace culture is not easy to maintain during "normal" circumstances. According to Gallup, “only 23% of U.S. employees strongly agree that they can apply their organization's values to their work every day.” During profound disruption, its critical to maintain institutional culture through supportive leadership, empathetic communication and a focus on learning and growth. Join us for a discussion with HR and IT leadership from Arizona State University, detailing their response to disruption, how it caused them to reframe their thinking about training and development for over 30,000 employees, and their plans for maintaining a strong culture into the future. Specifically, you will learn: - How a lean and highly decentralized institution reacted to disruption - How the pandemic impacted their training and development initiatives and cultural philosophy - Leaderships top lessons learned and top 3 priorities for moving into the future How the crisis changed the way they think about HR technology
How Organic Valley Built a Sustainable Learning Culture
Mark Schroeder, HR/L&OD Technology Strategist at Organic Valley, used Cornerstone Learning and a commitment to making learning simple and sustainable to achieve great results. To drive employee engagement, Mark uses a simple methodology: engage, empower, educate. Prior to Cornerstone, the dairy manufacturing co-op based in Wisconsin had manual protocols, managing training using spreadsheets and documents, and was in search of a more efficient and engaging way to deliver learning & development opportunities to their workforce. Organic Valley experienced rapid growth from 2006-2016, increasing staff by 160%. Today, Organic Valley relies on Cornerstone for Learning and Recruiting, with plans to implement Performance.
How to improve learning impact in your organization
In the summer of 2020, we surveyed HR and Learning professionals in businesses in small and medium businesses across the US and Canada about the current state of learning within their organization and the results are in!