The past few years have forced Learning & Development teams to completely rethink how they serve both learners and the business. But just 37% of organizations in Brandon Hall Group’s Transforming Learning for the Future of Work study say that their current approach to learning is positioning them well for the future needs of the business. That means for most, something needs to change.
In this blog post by Brandon Hall Group, Principal Analyst David Wentworth argues that solutions like NovoEd help companies transition from isolated ILT and VILT programs to seamlessly blended environments that leverage the best of both synchronous and asynchronous learning — and democratize leadership development so that people at all levels are developing the skills and capabilities that will make the business successful in the future.
Read the full post on the Brandon Hall Group website here.
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NovoEd is pleased to announce its partnership with Credly by Pearson, which allows NovoEd customers to easily and efficiently execute their digital credentials strategy, and efficiently scale their credentials programs for learning initiatives conducted throughout their organizations.
Video practice enables a multidimensional, metacognitive approach to leadership development that supports organizations in driving talent attraction and retention and creating a better employee experience — helping to meet major concerns for businesses today.
Video practice provides learners a safe space in which they can learn from their mistakes before making them in the real world at significant cost. NovoEd’s video practice capability integrates simulation-based training with peer feedback.
There is no substitute for the imprint of personal relationships that contextualize learning and ground it in the reality of the business. Mentorship, whether formal or informal, is a way to intentionally create these connections.