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Real-life success stories from Cornerstone customers

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“ The Learning Suite enables us to unleash employee potential by powering learning that infuses principles of diversity and inclusion in how we hire, manage, and collaborate. ”
Cassie Vasco

Cassie Vasco

Sr. Director, Learning Technology, Sodexo

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Connected Experiences

An individualized & self-driven growth experience for people

Open Architecture

Designed for seamless connections and maximum flexibility

Aligned Growth

A skills platform that connects everyone and everything

Intelligent Insight

Purpose-built AI engines that do the heavy lifting for you

Cornerstone is more than a product; we’re your partner

Cornerstone is more than a product, we're your partner.

For more than two decades, we've been at the forefront of talent and people innovation, helping our customers stay ahead of the curve. Our team of experts deeply understands your unique talent challenges and opportunities with an unwavering focus on our customers' success. Together, we will work hand-in-hand with you to deliver extraordinary experiences and the results that matter to your organization.

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DEIB at Work: Building a Culture of Belonging

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DEIB at Work: Building a Culture of Belonging

Continuous learning is key to putting diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) at the forefront of your organization. And with all the disruption from COVID and the rapid pace of change, this has never been more relevant. In this session, DEIB at Work: Building a Culture of Belonging, you’ll learn: Insights from our interactive customer DEIB workshops (led by our Thought Leadership and Advisory Services Team) – including a quick overview of our DEIB maturity model and some of our top findings from conversations we’ve had with customers on this topic. Learnings from Henry Ford Health who, in the midst of extreme challenges, has doubled down on building a culture of belonging. They’ve built practices that reinforce behaviors that allow people to bring their full selves to work. You’ll come away with tactical approaches and ideas for building your own program and measuring success. Plus, you’ll get an update on Cornerstone’s latest DEIB course offerings and a sneak peek into what’s coming from Cornerstone Studios.

The ROI of the right skills strategy

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The ROI of the right skills strategy

The global skills gap persists—and new research from the Cornerstone People Research Lab revealed a growing Skills Confidence Gap as well. The latter tells us that employers are largely confident in their ability to support skill development, but the enthusiasm isn’t shared by their employees. Both gaps represent serious threats to an organization’s future readiness. But there is an exception. Some organizations show a much smaller Skills Confidence Gap—and they provide a template for skills development and investment. They’re already driving real growth and value with their unique approach to L&D technology, talent initiatives, learning content, and more. To really dig into that bottom-line impact of learning and content, we commissioned Forrester Consulting to conduct a Total Economic ImpactTM study to analyze the savings and benefits enabled by Cornerstone solutions. The study found that a composite organization, based on interviewed customers, experienced a 543% ROI over three years, making significant gains in efficiency, consistency, and compliance. In this conversation, Mike Bollinger, VP of Strategic Initiatives at Cornerstone, is joined by guests Katy Tynan, Principal Analyst at Forrester, and Amy Harrison, Sr. Consultant - Total Economic Impact at Forrester, to discuss the ROI of skill development and how to meet the most critical skills challenges facing HR and learning leaders today. What you will learn: Where customers report deriving the most value from Cornerstone learning and content How to use headcount more efficiently and improve cost savings How to build employee confidence and close critical skill gaps

Spotlight on Electrolux and Ageas: Preparing for and maintaining impactful learning programs

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Spotlight on Electrolux and Ageas: Preparing for and maintaining impactful learning programs

Driving business outcomes from an investment in learning content requires an engagement strategy that makes learning materials available and accessible to employees. Organizations need to launch and maintain learning programs effectively to ensure they have maximum impact on both employees and the business as a whole. Both Ageas and Electrolux have successfully launched digital learning programs, each taking steps to maintain and sustain engagement. How did Electrolux prepare to launch its learning campaign? Electrolux manages organizational learning and knowledge management with formal learning networks, Internet-based knowledge, as well as a company-own education facility. Learner engagement is one of the most important aspects for Electrolux to continuously develop talents. Therefore, Electrolux offers a plan for a learner engagement campaign that includes four main steps. 1) Knowing your audience Electrolux conducted interviews with employees to ensure the company's learning and development strategy would meet their needs. In doing so, the company was able to connect learning content with the right audience. 2) Connecting it to your brand Electrolux believes using familiar, consistent branding helps make learning more memorable to create a long-term impact on its employees' behaviors. 3) Make it relevant and engaging Based on external and internal insights, Electrolux discovered that more frequent quarterly learner programs cultivated higher levels of employee engagement than one large campaign launch. Employees were also awarded badges for each completed course, with leader boards to gamify the learning experience and motivate employees to participate. 4. Track performance for key insights Electrolux tracked and used metrics from the program to gain deeper insights about its course completion rates. Using a previous campaign as a benchmark, Electrolux found that the success of their new learning strategy exceeded expectations. How did Ageas build an impactful learning content strategy? Ageas launched its digital learning platform two years ago but has always been conscious not to overwhelm employees with its vast library of learning material available. Ageas adopted a three-pillar strategy to reduce unnecessary noise and guide its people to the right learning content to spur their growth and development. 1) Generate one voice Key messages were planned each month from business, well-being and learning perspectives. These key messages were conveyed through links and content shared on Ageas's digital platform to ensure messaging was aligned and consistent. 2) Make it relevant Ageas created its own competency framework to guide learners and help connect them with the most relevant learning materials. One such framework is "Technical Heroes," which consists of nine core competencies that employees see right away on the landing page, each with links to relevant materials. By specifying the key areas of development and making learning material easy to access and navigate, learners are able to focus on what is most relevant to them. 3) Weave learning content into the digital onboarding journey Ageas has integrated its remote onboarding processes into the digital learning platform. Leveraging a combination of suggested learning materials (specific to the job or function of the employee) and live induction sessions has enabled a smoother, more consistent onboarding process. The impact of a successful learning strategy Investing in the best learning materials is only half of the equation. If learners are not interacting and engaging with the materials, the investment is not accomplishing its purpose. Learning must be at the core of every business decision, and leaders must inspire employees to take charge of their own development journeys. With a collective growth mindset throughout the business, the opportunities for innovation are vast.

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