Developing an L&D strategy involves dialogue with a range of organisation stakeholders to make sure the strategy is aligned with organisational objectives and priorities. Here we provide information on learning and development strategies, employee development strategies, talent development strategies, strategic learning and development, and organisational training policies.
Explore the evidence on learning cultures, the case for embedding a learning environment within organisations, and the steps L&D professionals can take to tackle any barriers encountered along the way
Presents evidence for leaders in learning and development on changing approaches to workplace learning so they can consider the skills they need in future
Presents findings from a research project to evaluate the impact of the School for Health and Care Radicals on participants’ effectiveness as change agents
Episode 181: The knowledge and skills employees acquire during learning and development are only valuable if they can be applied soon afterwards in the workplace. So how can L&D professionals ensure ‘learning transfer’ is accurately measured and that training has the desired impact?
Episode 178: The digital evolution of organisational learning brought about by the pandemic continues apace. But as we shift from reactive to deliberate change, how can people professionals hone the right skills to effectively utilise these emerging technologies in the future?
Episode 175: Research is advancing our knowledge of how people learn and what it means for effective workplace learning. But with a myriad of theories on offer, how can L&D practitioners get started in understanding, let alone applying, the right ones?
Episode 172: Over the course of the pandemic, the learning function has had to pivot on a sixpence to recalibrate learning strategy. But with many teams expected to continue doing more with less, is this a prompt to rethink learning post-pandemic?
Episode 169: Businesses are under increasing strain to be more responsible with their budgets, and as a result, L&D professionals need to adopt an evidence-based approach to design. This podcast unpacks this growing trend and the pressures that ensue.
Episode 103: What is the return on investment of your leaning and development initiatives? This month’s speakers discuss how L&D can and should align their activities to the business and evaluate their impact.
Episode 66: Is L&D a science or business strategy? Recorded at CIPD’s annual L&D Show, this episode explores the different perspectives of learning and development and the practical approaches organisations take to developing their employees.
Develop your employees and organisation using effective L&D programmes
This course explains the importance of passion for learning. It will help you to develop this key behaviour to achieve positive outcomes in your role
Understand the UK's skills policy and explore the current skills situation in the UK