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Here's How HR Leaders Are Addressing Talent Development During a Federal Hiring Freeze

Cornerstone On Demand

With fewer opportunities to bring in new talent, departments are paying special attention to retaining high performers and developing current employees to ensure their organizations continue to succeed and thrive. Angela Bailey, Chief Human Capital Officer at the Department of Homeland Security and one of the leaders interviewed in the report, explains her approach to grow everybody from the bottom up and the top down. "[We] An election year in the U.S.

The Great Generational Shift: How Employers and Managers Can Prepare

Everwise

The Boomers are filling up an “age bubble” in the workforce such that there are many more people at or near the ordinary age range for retirement. At the same time, the fastest growing segment of the workforce is made up of those born 1990 and later, so there is a growing youth bubble on the younger end of the spectrum. This will require HR to dedicate substantial resources to support knowledge-transfer and what we call “wisdom transfer”.

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Organizational Learning Strategy: The What, Why and How

Analytics in HR

An organizational learning strategy enables a company to keep learning, improving, and developing new capabilities based on past successes and failings. Let’s have a look at all you need to know about creating an organizational learning strategy.

Quote of the Week: “Fall in Love with the Problem…

Something Different

The insight was powerful for me because it gets at the heart of a challenge I constantly struggle with when addressing individual, departmental, and even broader organizational issues on a day-to-day basis; which is remaining focused on contextualizing the current state of an issue so that I can map out a solution that starts off where we are as opposed to where we want to be. …Not the Solution.” ” – John Boudreau and Steven Rice. <www.hrstrategyforum.org>

How to be a Good Internal Consultant

Workplace Psychology

The Association of Internal Management Consultants (AIMC) says that an internal consultant provides various client support services within the enterprise. First , it doesn’t matter how smart or knowledgeable you are or how much experience you have or bring.

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The Foundation of Successful Employees

ATD Human Capital

Having a strong onboarding program is one way to retain key talent. Onboarding (sometimes called orientation) is the process of new employees acquiring the necessary knowledge, skills, and behaviors to be effective contributors. In 2014, Claudette Nunez, director of employee development and training at New York Community Bank (NYBC), and her team decided to focus on improving onboarding. Mindtree: Developing New Employees' Skills With Residential Learning.

Apprenticeship reimagined: A modern twist on a classic approach

HR Times

A modernized apprenticeship model could be just the learning & development boost your organization needs. With roots in the Middle Ages, they served as a way to develop young craftsmen, who provided labor for master craftsmen in exchange for room, board, and training. 3 The half-life of a learned skill (such as a computer program) is only about five years, 3 so upskilling and reskilling has to be continual, at every level of the organization.

The Mentorship Manual

HRO Today

Mentorship has long been considered a powerful way to build trust and connection, expand knowledge, and enable high performing employees to reach their full potential. knowledge management and transfer (37%). Mentorship programs build an untapped talent base,” Smith explains. “By

Apprenticeship reimagined: A modern twist on a classic approach

Bersin

A modernized apprenticeship model could be just the learning & development boost your organization needs. With roots in the Middle Ages, they served as a way to develop young craftsmen, who provided labor for master craftsmen in exchange for room, board, and training. 3 The half-life of a learned skill (such as a computer program) is only about five years, 3 so upskilling and reskilling has to be continual, at every level of the organization.