The Changing Landscape
Struggling to retain employees amidst The Great Resignation? Investing in their growth is a clear way to boost retention and maximize success. Our infographic explores what employees value most in corporate training.
Corporate Training Q&A
A new era of corporate training has been ushered in thanks to new technology advances and the pace of change in the workplace. Explore these quick facts about what employees expect from corporate training opportunities.
Does corporate training boost talent retention?
Yes! 94% of employees say they would stay at a company longer if the organization invested in helping them learn.
Are employees receiving enough corporate training opportunities?
No! In fact, 74% of employees believe they do not have enough training opportunities to achieve their full potential.
Do top leaders recognize the value of corporate training?
83% of leadership pros say that executive buy-in is not a challenge when it comes to investing in development.
Should learning opportunities be offers by internal or external resources?
Millennials prefer working with coaches rather than traditional bosses.
Investments in corporate training tops the billions each year in the U.S.
Corporate training and talent retention go hand in hand. And because so many organizations are weathering “The Great Resignation,” it’s important to understand what employees value the most. In other words, what type of training should you offer now? Not all employees have time for heavy curriculum-based courses in addition to their daily workloads. So find out what is working today. Check out this new infographic and get a quick update.
Did you know 74% of employees believe they do not have enough training opportunities to achieve their full potential? And the real kicker – 94% of employees state they would stay at a company longer if the organization invested in helping them learn.
This infographic offers new answers for corporate training.
- Do employees want more online courses or more coaching and mentoring?
- Would your employees prefer to develop their leadership skills or learn more technical coding skills?
- Who invests more time developing soft skills than the average employee?
- Which delivery methods are best?
- How do Millennials feel about traditional bosses?
Get answers to these questions and more. This infographic is based on IMPACT Group’s survey of more than 100 HR & Talent Development leaders — as well as other curated content. See what’s changed when it comes to corporate training and development. Find out what type of training ranks #1. And, see which delivery methods produce the highest ROI.
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