Top 2017 Workplace Learning Trends – Is it Time for Change?

Time for Change

Executives, Managers, L&D Pros, Directors of Training, Talent Managers
Review these Statistics on L&D Programs:

• 69% of Learning & Development professionals say that talent is the number one priority in their organizations.

• Over 25% are expecting a budget increase in for Learning & Development (L&D) programs.

• 66% of L&D pros say L&D is centralized within their organization. L&D professionals at smaller organizations are more likely to focus on training technical skills, while those at larger companies say career development and soft skills are more important.

• 80% of L&D pros agree that developing employees is top-of-mind for the executive team.

• 50% of L&D pros are challenged to get employees to make time for L&D. With the influx of technology in the workplace, modern learners are demanding more modern formats for learning.

• Less than 25% are willing to recommend their program to peers. (Source: 2017 Workplace Learning Report)

What Does This Tell You?

Perhaps it’s time to change your approach to workplace learning practices!  Consider these reasons:

• Most training does not include interaction, idea-sharing, and brainstorming with people from other organizations.

• Most do not take people outside of their own environment that will stimulate creativity and “shake-up” how they think.

• Often, internal trainers can become too familiar with learners instead of providing new trainers for each session.

• There is little or no accountability for implementation of skills learned.

• Often, there are limitations to what is available in-house.

• Executives, Directors of HR, Talent Managers, OD Development, and Directors of Training, professionals don’t always recognize the benefits of supplementing their own programs with an outside source

Take a Good Hard Look

Take a look at what’s available in your organization and do keep this in mind:

        Everything Starts and Stops With LEADERSHIP

Consider this:  What can we provide, or what more can we provide that will help our leaders, emerging leaders, and women in leadership become more dynamic?   Where can we find a training program that is different from others? Consider this truly unique approach to training and leadership development:

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About Christine Corelli

Christine Corelli is a motivational, keynote, business, leadership, sales, and customer service speaker, sales trainer, and author of six business books. As a keynote speaker, she is known for her high energy and interactive speaking style.

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