Month: November 2018

5 Questions with Jarron Cozad, a Leader in Learning Management Systems

Jarron Cozad is the vice president of Talent Development at Mountain America Credit Union. Having spent time at both IBM and GE, Jarron’s exceptional experience in launching new learning management systems while streamlining content and creating new, more efficient tools has enabled him to focus his talents on digital transformation strategies spanning a variety of …

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The Key to Improving Employee Engagement & Retention in the UK

Employees want to learn. Research regularly shows that the opportunities for learning, growth and development are a key driver of retention and engagement, and often the reason job applicants decide to join an organisation. But how are companies adapting to this? Is their approach to learning evolving in line with what their employees, and potential …

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I’ll Be There For You: Peer-to-Peer Learning and Coaching

When people want to learn new skills at work, most start by asking their bosses to help them—but the second most common way employees learn is from their peers. While peer-to-peer learning can be a very powerful method to effectively develop skills, less than 50 percent of organizations have any formal peer-to-peer learning in place. …

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Bridge Debuts on the 2018 Fosway 9-Grid™ for Integrated Talent Management

Bridge was recently announced as a new entry on the Fosway 9-Grid™ for Integrated Talent Management. This is a significant development, as Bridge is being recognised in only a short amount of time since entering the European market at the beginning of 2018. Analyst reports like Fosway Group’s 9-Grid™ help companies assess HR technology for …

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Oops! We Did it Again: How to Avoid Employee Training Mistakes

With a tighter job market, the number of employers offering training is growing. The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development found that 66 percent of workers received training over the past year—and the low unemployment rate of 3.7 percent is a big part of that. The talent shortage has prompted companies to recommit to training, …

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