Social Learning and Employee Development by Halelly Azulay

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  • 1. 2012 Business Thought Leadership Webcast Series presented by: Halelly Azulay, CEO, TalentGrow Social Learning and Employee Development #learnsocbiz© C7group
  • 2. Webcast Logistics No Sound? This is a streaming audio event. Make sure the sound on your computer is turned on.? Questions? Enter your questions in the questions tab. Vote! Participate in the Polls. Enter your answer in the poll tab. Tweet! Join the conversation. #learnsocbiz
  • 3. Employee Development on a Shoestring gives managers the tools to grow their team members into engaged, highly-skilled employees, outside the classroom and ‘outside the box’, within an efficient, cost- effective framework. Halelly Azulay
  • 4. The 70-20-10 Development Rule formal training 10% relationships & feedback 20% on-the-job experience 70% © Halelly Azulay, TalentGrow, 2012. All rights reserved.
  • 5. Poll: What percentage of learningdo you/your staff get throughinformal learning? More than 70% The 70-20-10 70% 60% Development Rule 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% Less than 10% © Halelly Azulay, TalentGrow, 2012. All rights reserved.
  • 6. How to do morewith less?! © Halelly Azulay, TalentGrow, 2012. All rights reserved.
  • 7. Pressures• Economic constraints• Travel time & budget• Need just-in-time, anytime learning• Globalized workforce• Dispersed workforce• Knowledge management © Halelly Azulay, TalentGrow, 2012. All rights reserved.
  • 8. Managers, supervisors, HR, talent development, and trainersneed to develop employees © Halelly Azulay, TalentGrow, 2012. All rights reserved.
  • 9. Managers, supervisors, HR, talent development, and trainers need to develop employeesquickly, on a budget, & outside the classroom. © Halelly Azulay, TalentGrow, 2012. All rights reserved.
  • 10. Lots of ideas!!! (Why I wrote a book about it)One of many solutions is{ Social Learning } © Halelly Azulay, TalentGrow, 2012. All rights reserved.
  • 11. (Answer in the chat)What is social learning? © Halelly Azulay, TalentGrow, 2012. All rights reserved.
  • 12. …a general name given to multiple collaborative online tools for sharing knowledge, buildingrelationships, and interacting with content and with other members of the online community. social learning © Halelly Azulay, TalentGrow, 2012. All rights reserved.
  • 13. Common Social Learning Tools • wikis • discussion boards • blogs • video uploading platforms • podcasts © Halelly Azulay, TalentGrow, 2012. All rights reserved.
  • 14. POLL: Which, if any, do you use foremployee development?  wikis  discussion boards  blogs  video uploading platforms  podcasts © Halelly Azulay, TalentGrow, 2012. All rights reserved.
  • 15. How arethese tools used for learning? © Halelly Azulay, TalentGrow, 2012. All rights reserved.
  • 16. • Sharing info• Connections• Access to experts• Onboarding•SME knowledge management• Market intel Photo by Nathan Borror via Flickr Creative Commons• Performance improvement• Team development © Halelly Azulay, TalentGrow, 2012. All rights reserved.
  • 17. Benefits to the Learner and the OrganizationPhoto by Neal via Flickr Creative Commons © Halelly Azulay, TalentGrow, 2012. All rights reserved.
  • 18. Benefits to the Learner • Creativity and new thinking about • Credible information and advice business issues and challenges (peer-judged by other users) • Increased job satisfaction • Just-in-time, fast, and targeted • Higher engagement learning opportunities • Skill and knowledge development • Sense of ownership of learning process • Career development • Wide access to the full • Positive attitude toward learning, organizational which leads to learning more efficientlyPhoto by Neal via Flickr Creative Commons © Halelly Azulay, TalentGrow, 2012. All rights reserved.
  • 19. Benefits to the Organization • Performance improvement • Improved launch of new products and support or organizational initiatives • Reduced learning costs and • Performance support for the increased efficiencies organization’s client-facing • Reduced errors workforce • Improved organizational • Increased collaboration among performance geographically dispersed employees • Improved onboarding process • Continuous learning culture. • Knowledge management • Improved cohesion of disparate • Improved relevance and accuracy workforce of documentationPhoto by Neal via Flickr Creative Commons © Halelly Azulay, TalentGrow, 2012. All rights reserved.
  • 20. 1. What will be the biggest ‘bang-for-the-buck’ benefit for your organization? 2. Can you think of any other benefits? (Answer in the chat)Photo by woodleywonderworks via Flickr Creative Commons © Halelly Azulay, TalentGrow, 2012. All rights reserved.
  • 21. CommonConcerns andObjections• Too expensive• Offensive or junk content generation• Low participation• Too much participation• No benchmarks or performance measures• Format irregularity © Halelly Azulay, TalentGrow, 2012. All rights reserved.
  • 22. Photo by Marco Bellucci via Flickr Creative Commons© Halelly Azulay, TalentGrow, 2012. All rights reserved. Questions?
  • 23. Employee Developmenton a Shoestring “Halelly Azulay gets the importance of keeping employees up to speed in a constantly changing workplace, and doing so in ways that are respectful of their individuality and your companys values.” Daniel H. Pink author of A Whole New Mind and Drive “Halelly Azulay has written a book that will help supervisors and professionals develop their staff within the limits that most organizations now face– time and budget!”Available on Marshall Goldsmith million-selling author of New York Times bestsellers,store.ASTD.org Mojo and What Got You Here Won’t Get You Thereamazon.com www.talentgrow.com
  • 24. THANK YOU! Visit learnsocialbusiness.com for more Twitter: @C7group #learnsocbiz© C7group 2012 learn@C7group.com
  • 25. Thank you!