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With the awakening of many business leaders to the transformational power of learning and development, L&D leaders must reevaluate their approach, focusing not just on upskilling and reskilling employees but also on transformational practices that drive business performance.
Entrepreneurship is a dynamic process of vision, change, and innovative thinking towards the creation of new ideas and solutions. It has become essential for every leader to develop fundamental entrepreneurial and leadership skills for application within an existing business or when launching a new venture.
Line managers play a crucial role in coaching, developing, retaining, and supporting talented employees within their team. Coaching can make a significant difference in every organisation as it helps individuals – and teams – improve performance, acquire new skills and collaboratively work with others.
Third sector has been characterised as enterprising, adaptive and resilient. Therefore, as the business environment continues to change, third sector leaders have to continually develop themselves, maintain high motivation as well as agility to strategically lead and uncover new opportunities for growth within the sector.
People are the most valuable and expensive asset so it makes sense to optimise their contribution. Collecting data on employees’ performance, recruitment, talent, and developmental needs enables HR professionals and the organisation to gain insights into the performance of the workforce.
The traditional operational role of human resource leaders has seen a dramatic shift in the last decade. More and more organisations have identified HR as a key business unit that has significant implications for achieving corporate objectives.