An increasingly global economy, rapid technological advances, and a more networked world have driven the pace of change with which organizations must cope to stay competitive. And while the world is evolving more quickly than ever, most organizations have delivered little impact when implementing employee development systems, processes, methodologies and mind sets that enable workforces to effectively respond to change.
Making workplace training a priority is one thing, but making it one of the key drivers of a successful business strategy? That’s the practice of a High-Impact Learning Organization (HILO). A HILO is one that reaps benefits like increased globalization and better organizational alignment from creating learning and management opportunities for all employees. The Chief Learning Officer Forum, Fall which will be taking place on October 24th – 26th in Boston, will be bringing together leaders across the learning and development community to discuss their HILO strategies to ensure CLOs stay ahead of the game.
HILOs know that talent management, proper training, and continual learning should be the beating heart within the company. The shift from typical training to a HILO brings with it some very specific benefits. Could your organization’s current strategy be missing out?
• HILOs outperform their peers. HILOs experienced profit growth over three times greater than organizations that did not have a learning management strategy in place.
• HILOs experience an attitude shift. The companies considered HILOs know that it’s not just workplace training, but actual capability development and talent management that makes the difference. It’s a distinct attitude shift between the “do I have to?” sentiment of yesteryear’s training, resulting in employees who actually want to learn.
• HILOs keep up with L&D tech with no shortage of development in the L&D sphere, so new technology, collaboration tools, delivery methods, research, and assessment tools are easily adopted by HILOs as a way to continuously improve and adapt.
HILOs enjoy serious benefits when compared to their less-enthused counterparts. When learning becomes a priority, it effects everything from the C-suite to budget meetings. Here are just a few featured sessions at Corinium’s CLO Forum, Fall that will ensure your HILO strategy makes the difference:
• Increasing company investment on L&D within the workforce: HILOs enjoy reduced spending on training, since L&D efforts take less time and are more effective than traditional methods.
• Boosting employee engagement in the digital era: HILOs benefit from better engagement from employees. They feel as though they’re an active factor in an organizations success, and react accordingly with more motivation and more commitment.
• The CLO’s guide to Artificial Intelligence, Virtual training that gives results: HILOs take advantage of technology and the ever-changing nature of L&D as an industry, which leads to more efficient methods.
• Technology and Talent: Driving digital transformation; HILOs experience a high degree of organizational alignment, from execs to entry-level employees, who are all committed to learning and talent development, keeping the best employees where they are.
A High-Level Learning Organization understands that while it is at the forefront of driving investment of time, budget, and manpower, switching the mind set from training by rote to actual learning efforts could make all the difference. From motivation to profits, there’s no excuse for approaching training at a low level. Join us at The Chief Learning Officer Forum , Fall on October 24th – 26th in Boston to make you are equipped for your HILO strategy.
Content Director: Chief Learning Officer Forum, Fall