Source | www.forbes.com | Chris Westfall
Effective learning and development programs are the key to creating an engaged workforce. In the current job market, attracting the right employees is job number one, and for high-growth companies the future requires a fresh look at employee development programs. Retaining and engaging the workforce, according to a recent survey, hinges on a new kind of competitive thrust: an emphasis innovative training methods, particularly for leadership training.
“Competitive advantage in the future of work will no doubt increasingly be defined by talent,” said Ian Fanton, senior vice president and head of Harvard Business Publishing Corporate Learning (co-authors of the survey, entitled How the Workforce Learns).