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In Part 2 of this series, we discussed ways to increase engagement in your organization through learning strategies. Providing a variety of learning opportunities for employees is critical, as is having a clearly defined approach to talent development. In a recent survey by the Conference Education Board, 65% percent of millennials stated that the opportunity for personal development was the most influential factor in choosing their current job. As the shifting focus of performance management embraces a forward-looking approach, development opportunities for employees is taking center stage in those discussions.
In the final part of this series, Jeremy Spake, Principal Consultant, Advisory Services for Cornerstone OnDemand will explore specific ways to shift performance discussions toward development, coaching and ways to encourage the career growth of your organization’s employees. Talent management professionals must be ready to have conversations that revolve around building skills and experience, career planning and helping team members network and succeed. Mr. Spake will share case studies and best practices from companies which have embraced employee development not as a trend, but as a talent and performance management priority.