Addressing the global skills shortage
Regional Report: Addressing the Global Skills Shortage
The new realities of work are creating long-term impacts — good and bad — for your organization and people. The organizations successfully navigating this uncharted wilderness focus on the skills of their people.
Build great, engaging managers
EMPLOYEES QUIT MANAGERS, NOT JOBS
The Total Economic Impact™ Of Cornerstone Learning and Content
“Cornerstone enabled people to help themselves navigate through change.”
Improving internal mobility through skills
Internal mobility is a strategic priority for any company looking to better engage and retain talent. The pandemic, increased competition for external candidates, and “The Great Resignation” have forced companies to rethink how they promote and empower their workforce. According to this study, 47% of companies have increased the number of internal hires and 41% of companies are increasing their investment in internal mobility initiatives this year.
5 ways to make your workplace more LGBTQ+ inclusive
A diverse workplace is only as strong as the measures it puts into place to foster authentic and meaningful inclusion. People know when you're making a real effort or just going through the motions. We need to create work environments where everyone feels welcome and is empowered to bring their full self to work.
How to launch a skills-forward talent strategy
It’s been said that 2020 brought about three years of digital transformation in three months. The initial phases of that transformation centered on adapting to the dramatic and sudden changes thrust upon us, such as enabling remote and distributed workforces to simply work, communicate, and collaborate.
Comment lancer une stratégie de gestion des talents axée sur les compétences
On a dit de l'année 2020 qu'elle avait concentré près de trois ans de transformation numérique en trois mois. Les phases initiales de cette transformation ont consisté à s'adapter aux changements énormes et soudains qui se sont imposés à nous, et notamment à organiser les collaborateurs à distance afin qu'ils puissent travailler, communiquer et collaborer.
Three essential elements for a future-ready workforce
The notion of “future ready” can mean different things, but there is one common thread when the topic is discussed within forward-thinking organizations. It’s possible for both employees and the company to thrive even within a very fluid and challenging operating environment as long as the right structural and technological elements are in place. Three key factors help create and maintain this ability to thrive:
Identify the skills employees need to succeed
It’s no secret, people want to do meaningful work, expand their career opportunities,and understand their impact. To remain competitive, you need to help people connect what they’re learning to the benefits of career growth and new opportunities to advance their careers and transform the business.
Building skills for the future of work
In the HR world today, we hear a lot about upskilling or new skilling the workforce to prepare for changes — whether it’s adapting to new technology or new ways of doing business. In fact, according to research from PwC, the availability of key skills is a top concern for business leaders worldwide as they look to ready their companies for the future of work.
Are you ready for the future?