One Size Does Not Fit All


The pressure is on for companies to equip and engage their talent to be able to retain leaders and high-potentials, prevent quiet quitting and avoid a scramble to find suitable new employees.

Employees throughout your organization understand that they need to acquire new skills and behaviours to be able to rise to new challenges. And they want learning content to be relevant and personalized. At the same time, L&D professionals are being tasked with bridging any skill gaps that hinder future objectives. Better learning and development programs address both of these goals.

Typically, HR has had a standardized, one-size-fits-all approach to learning. In 2023, we will see a move towards an approach where the individual needs, skills and capabilities of employees are the starting point.

By focusing on employee experience, especially around issues like emotional drivers and value alignment, HR can help propel a culture that emphasizes employee value and employee contribution. The knock-on effect is a stronger, more cohesive culture and closer, more committed, engaged employees – all key factors in helping companies to thrive in 2023 and beyond.

Peer group coaching may be just what your organization has been looking to take its employee development efforts to the next level. If you’d like to know more about our group coaching programs, contact us to start a conversation.



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