The current crisis has seen a downturn in the economy and a lot of organizations have felt the repercussion of the pandemic. Organizations are looking into their fiscal books, cutting costs, and doing a lot of sacrifices to keep business afloat. One of the cost-cutting measures more often than not would be limiting employee learning and development initiatives. The question now is, will this positively impact organizations in the long run. Gallup did a survey in 2019 on employee engagement and part of the results is showing that “employee engagement is determined by factors such as feeling clear about your role, having the opportunity to do what you do best, having opportunities at work to develop, enjoying strong coworker relationships and working with a common mission or purpose.
If you are the leader, HR, Learning and Development professional, progressive thinker, and going with the second wave of thriving and being ready for massive recovery and success when the pandemic is over then share your thoughts with us by joining our complimentary webinar.
a. Q and A discussion
b. Why Learning Should STOP?
c. Employee Development in Times of Crisis Outcomes
d. Learning Options