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A skills gap analysis is an evaluation of current skill sets and abilities, compared to the required skill sets and abilities for a particular job or for the company. In other words, skills gap analysis determines the gaps that exist between employee
Employee development is an essential process by which organizations will be able to grow and change as the world’s economy transforms.
With the changes of what matters to employees and what they’re looking for at work, it’s more crucial now than ever before to develop solid strategies that truly put employees at the center to retain a world-class workforce.
Investing in your people is one of the best ways to invest in the future of your business. Here are some ways you can maximize the potential of every employee.
Many simply work based on gut feelings and internal surveys, and that may have worked well enough in the past, but today, the need to rethink how you develop a skills-based organization is clear.
With employees working in a hybrid model, learning and development at work have become more significant than ever before to keep employees engaged and growing. Here are four learning and development trends to watch out
To tackle the challenge and thrive in this constantly changing business landscape, organizations have to prioritize employee skills development and offer them the tools to apply the learning
In order to effectively have employee development conversations and achieve the best results from them, you need to understand why these conversations are so important. Here are 5 tips to conduct a successful growth discussion
The formula to build a skill-based organization and break from the norm is finding ways to transition away from a role-focused strategy and pivot toward new approaches.
Leading firms are focusing on skills rather than jobs as the basis of work and the role itself; we call this the skills-based organization. What is the benefit of it and why does it matter?
A PDP is a document that describes the actions you will take over the course of your career to achieve your desired outcomes and help you track your progress. Read more to find out how to create one that gets you results
The goal of creating an employee development strategy is to overcome business constraints in talent supply to grow sustainably. Learn how to create an effective employee development plan in this blog
The key to success is investing in the current workforce and implementing faster innovation, which includes upskilling and reskilling the employees. Discover tips to upskill your employees
Having the ability to continue earning and development at work is one of the important elements to keep employees engaged and prepared for changes. Find out 4 ways to foster a learning culture and empower your employees in this blog.
Effective 1-on-1 can bring so many benefits for both employees and managers. Here are some best practices to make the most out of your 1-on-1 and increase employee engagement
A challenging goal is something that stretches your boundaries and makes you achieve what you previously thought was impossible. While Unrealistic goals are usually not practical. Let's define and distinguish them in this blog.
As employees are considered as valuable assets to the competitive advantages, the overall state of your company is determined by the state of your people.
Leadership in an organization is built on its values, and transparency is one of the most effective. It can be tricky to attain it, but once you do, a good relationship ensues between the organization, its management, and employees.
Setting goals for professional development could significantly benefit your business and the professionals who make it what it is.
This blog post takes you back to the roots of Talbit and talks about what Talbit really is, why it exists and the value it delivers for your organization.
You have heard of OKRs but not sure what are they and what makes them different from alternatives? You’re in the right place.
With the changing business environment, training is crucial for the success of any company. However, are we benefitting from our L&D investments?
The Job Demands-Resources model helps explain how work environment could be improved, and how companies can tackle negative phenomena.
Let's imagine that we were talent development professionals, not one, but 20 years from now. What would our world look like?
How can organizations address the issues of broken or missing communication and implementation to successfully pursue their strategies?