Make DEI Training Foundational in Your Organization When done well, diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) training creates space for courageous conversations that acknowledge hard truths around systemic inequities and explores topics that touch on peoples vulnerabilities in all facets of their lives. Expert facilitator Maria Morukian provides the guidance you need to develop the knowledge and skills required for DEI training.
CEO Natarajan Chandrasekaran recognizes how a learning culture helps his organization stay competitive in the rapidly changing global business environment. These problems arose because clients were more comfortable conversing in French, and most of the consultants working with them did not speak much French, despite having business and IT expertise.
Nancy Altobello and the talent function at EY not only have a seat at the leadership table, but also a valued role throughout the organization.
In today's knowledge economy, organizations need talent development functions that can support the unique competency needs of their businesses. To better understand how organizations are structuring and aligning talent development, the Association for Talent Development and Rothwell & Associates partnered to identify the areas organizations most often use to build a talent development structure for meeting current and future competency needs in a world in which talent has become the engine of business
As a talent-led company, Accenture must look to the future of talent development. Rahul Varma leads that charge. "The role of learning at Accenture has always been critical," says Varma. "We are a talent-led organization and we often say that learning is in our DNA. Learning is a part of what we offer to the world." Varma should know. He's been with the company for 20 years in some key HR leadership roles. Talent development touches every aspect of an employee's path through the company...
One way to build a pipeline of potential employees is to invest in them early. That is the driving idea behind MTR Corporation's Train for Life's Journeys Program. MTR's focus on engaging youths in the local communities of Hong Kong is an outgrowth of the company's corporate responsibility mandate, and focuses on building community relationships while using training and development practices to teach soft skills and leadership development to teenagers. MTR considers corporate social responsibility a key factor to its success, and developing people is a critical...
The Association for Talent Development has completed its first truly global assessment of talent development outlooks, resources, and practices. By looking at key metrics (including learning hours, budgets, and delivery methods) and top trends and challenges for talent development by global regions, this research will aid talent development professionals in benchmarking their practices against those of their peers in their own region.