Category: Learning & Development

HR Professionals Need Professional Development, Too

HR performance is stagnating or growing worse, according to Deloitte’s “Global Human Capital Trends 2015” report. Deloitte’s report points out that “HR is not keeping up with the pace of change in business. Today, there is a yawning gap between what business leaders want and the capabilities of HR to deliver, as suggested by the
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CTCG Helps Take the Pain Out of Career Transitions

One of the most painful aspects of an organization downsizing or otherwise making employees redundant is trying to support that individual’s transition from one role to another or from one employer to another. Career management is not something you see universally taught in schools, colleges, or universities. This lack of education leaves the brunt of
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Degreed Webinar Puts Learners First

Corporate learning is struggling to keep up with learners. It’s too slow to keep up with constantly evolving business needs, and too stuck on old approaches to keep up with employees’ fickle preferences and habits. It doesn’t have to be that way. But to catch up, learning and development (L&D) organizations need to start rethinking
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When Hiring Entry-Level Employees, Attitude Trumps Skills and Education

  An applicant’s education and trade skills used to weigh more heavily than any other factor, but that trend appears to be changing. Attitude and other soft skills are now just as – if not more – important to employers. A survey by Instructure, a Salt Lake City, UT-based information technology company, reveals that many managers
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