Mental health Post COVID19 : post-traumatic stress disorder CHAPTER 2 | Institutional support. The start to social recovery.
Prepare for what is to come | The government must help everyone. Through the UK’s healthcare system, there are programmes to support mental wellbeing, but is this enough to support every individual during the COVID19 pandemic? Does everyone know and understand the support they have access to? Mental health support should be accessible to all – no matter what you earn, and there should be a database of professionals and vulnerable citizens. I realise that it is not easy to just create a new programme from scratch, but every single citizen should be informed about these services, which are available online and over the phone.
Close your eyes and dream big! What AI can bring to HR
Learning Technologies 2022: key takeaways and learnings
Missed us at Learning Technologies 2022 this year? Here’s a roundup of our activities and sessions at the event. It was great to be back face to face, chatting all things learning and development. It was also the first opportunity to hear the findings from our latest Cornerstone People Research Lab Report, our enlightening global survey on everything skills development.
Cornerstone Charts Strong 2022 Business Momentum
If our Q1 2022 trends are any indication, there's a rising demand at organisations for strategies and technologies that connect skills, learning, people experience and organisational agility.
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Building a workforce skilled for any future
Our initial research during the height of the pandemic last year uncovered what we at Cornerstone have coined “the skills confidence gap”, essentially the gap in confidence levels between employers and employees on an organisation’s skills development support. Two years later, we wanted to see whether the pandemic served only to exacerbate this problem, or whether it has improved skills development initiatives across different organisations. We conducted another round of research and found that, unfortunately, the gap seems to be widening.
Announcing the 2020 Cornerstone RAVE Award Winners
On behalf of the Cornerstone team, I’m excited to share details about this year’s Cornerstone RAVE Award winners. RAVE stands for Remarkable Achievements and Visionary Elites, a designation to recognise and honour organisations that have developed and implemented innovative approaches to using our solutions.
Mental health Post COVID19 : post-traumatic stress disorder CHAPTER 4 | HR & Technology: communities and apps
In this last chapter I want to bring social responsibility to the conversation. Social responsibility will be more important than ever, which we value highly as an organisation, so how did we manage this time of crisis?
Everything Cornerstone accomplished in Q2
The first quarter of 2022 was a pretty great one for Cornerstone. You may have read our blog about everything we accomplished. So when we say that this quarter exceeded the high expectations we had coming out of Q1, know that we mean it. Mainly because we wouldn't have written this blog if we didn't.
LMS vs. LXP vs. TXP – A Complete Guide to Help You Decide What You Need
The Utility of LMS, LXP, and TXP
Three key lessons when leading through change
From the financial crisis of 2008, Brexit, COVID and this year the war in Ukraine – the business world has had its fair share of shifting moments during my tenure at Cornerstone.
Learning & Development: What we got wrong, and where we are going
If we look back in time at predicted vs. actual trends in learning and development, it’s clear that not all predictions actually come to fruition. Whether technology advances quicker than expected or we’re thrown unexpectedly into a global pandemic, learning and development is constantly evolving to keep up with the modern way of work. Don Taylor and Mike Bollinger recently shared their thoughts on which predictions we got wrong, and what we should expect to see in the coming year from learning and development. See here for the full webinar.