Having a strategy to be more inclusive by hiring people with disability isn’t enough. It needs to be backed up with a strategy to ensure learning and development is tailored to the needs of individuals with disabilities.
What is the point of L&D if not to help the organisation meet its objectives as effectively and productively as possible? But that’s only possible when L&D is a priority and process of collaboration across the organisation.
Employees want more flexibility and autonomy when it comes to their careers. This creates new challenges particularly as many are also anxious about how the pandemic has affected their career development.
Without L&D being completely enmeshed at every level and in every way (which only happens when facilitated from the top), organisations are missing out on the benefits.
A focus on upskilling and reskilling is important to equip workers with the knowledge and skills to prepare for future jobs and to remove the fear of AI.
In addition to features and functionalities, finding the right partner should be paramount when opting for a new LMS and Performance Management Platform.