Brexit is only the latest excuse for mobility and talent management to be at the top of the CEO agenda. For companies with limited experience in this area, the risks are multiplied. However, there are also great opportunities.
In this summary, we set forth a brief introduction to the NeuroTrainingLab methodology and the impact observed on the MILCO and MARD programmes, comparing it to the Executive MBA, measured with the NeuroTrainingLab.
Whether it's through using pre- or post-hire assessments, applying managerial feedback or learning results, identifying high potentials is a huge win for determining who will lead your company forward. With such information, businesses can ensure that their most valued employees are promoted, challenged, and encouraged to succeed - and that they stay with your business. Without this data, companies risk losing the talent that keeps them competitive and successful.
In Aberdeen's recent "An Asset for HR in the Age of the Candidate," we learned that there isn't a one-size-fits-all, pre-hire assessment approach to fit in with every company's talent acquisition process. However, there are universal steps that can be taken to optimize its usage to be as fruitful as possible.
In the age of big data and workforce analytics, statistics and metrics abound. In the face of an overabundance of numbers, knowing which metrics are most important can be a real challenge for Human Resource (HR) leaders and hiring managers.
Growing businesses are typically more likely to use instructor led training (ILT) than e-learning. But ILT is expensive, tricky to coordinate over multiple locations, dependent on instructors’ schedules, and really really difficult to finish off outside office hours or off-site. Time for a change?