Today’s work challenges often demand the best and brightest to come together, each one offering expertise in her special niche. However, when “leaders of leaders” come together to form a leadership team, challenges often arise. Leaders are used to having the final say, and are often unaccustomed to the collaborative, team-oriented relationships required of leadership teams.
Change Agents: The Role of Organizational Learning in Change Management is an ASTD and the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) research report that examines training and development’s role in organizational change.
Maintaining high employee engagement is key to business success. Research shows that engaged employees feel recognized, encouraged, and supported—they demonstrate enthusiasm, inspiration, and pride in their jobs. Despite work demands and pressure, they successfully achieve their individual and team goals.
Use your experienced leaders today to develop the new, exceptional leaders of tomorrow.
The tenets of positive performance—helping employees achieve their best, both at work and home, by supporting them in areas that contribute to their overall well-being—are based on a set of scientifically validated strategies and tactics. Organizations that foster the well-being of their employees have reduced turnover, achieved greater revenue, and gained higher profits than those that do not.
Leaders Open Doors presents a fresh and unique take on leadership that will benefit experienced leaders and those just starting their leadership journeys. With a little courage, anyone at any level can be a leader.
This business fable highlights 13 talent management principles, illustrating them in action at a fictional company with a charismatic and passionate Chief People Officer.
ASTD Research, in collaboration with subject matter expert Claude Legrand, examine innovation in organizations exclusively from the point of view of T&D in the report Building an Innovative Organization: The Role of Training and Development. Nearly all respondents to the survey (98 percent), strongly agree or agree that innovation is important for the future success of their organization.
Transform your organization into a “best place to work” by using brain-friendly strategies.
This Infoline explains why it’s critical for T+D professionals to understand diversity and inclusion in today’s global marketplace, and provides a D&I action planner job aid, best practices for global D&I initiatives, and tips for addressing unconscious bias and micro-inequities.