As we kick off this new year, it’s time to take a look at the trends that will be affecting the way we develop leaders in 2023. Where should talent professions focus their time, attention and budgets to make the biggest impact?
Discover the trends and tactics L&D and HR professionals should focus on in 2023, fuelled by data from our trusted network of learning practitioners, clients, and global surveys and research.
In a few weeks, we will be launching our new 2023 L&D Trends Report that reveals the crucial insights and changes that we will see in the year ahead.
And, if you’re an L&D professional, internal coach or HR leader aiming to plan an effective talent strategy that puts you far ahead of your competitors, this report covers:
- How L&D has the potential to be the X-Factor (Page 3)
- What’s going on with Gen X and why it should concern talent professionals. (Page 5)
- How to integrate learning into the everyday workflow. (Page 7)
- Why more L&D teams will be empowering leaders and managers to play a role in learning. (Page 9)
- The importance of psychological safety (Page 11)
- How to break down silo mentalities (Page 14)
- The reason 67% of employees said they would leave their organization. (Page 15)
- Middle managers and the support they need. (Page 17)
- Why DEIB still has a long way to go. (Page 18)
- Key considerations for L&D during a recession. (Page 20)
To get first access to our upcoming L&D Trends report, be sure to sign up here.
On January 26, join Glain Roberts-McCabe, Founder & President of The Roundtable along with two very special guests – Tricia Naddaff, CEO of Management Research Group; and Erin Spink, Executive Director of the Institute for Performance and Learning – as we look at some of the biggest developments in the field of L&D. If you’re an L&D professional, internal coach or HR leader aiming to plan an effective talent strategy that puts you far ahead of your competitors, you probably want to know:
- How L&D can continue to move from the “back of the house” to centre stage;
- What the pandemic taught us about community, connection and engagement;
- Where the biggest pain points continue to be when it comes to developing leaders and why traditional approaches have fallen short