The State of Learning & Development in 2022How will digitization change the state of L&D? And what are the key L&D challenges companies are trying to overcome?
Unlocking the power of learning has become a business-critical mission for those looking to future-proof their operations. Not only is investing in L&D a priority for upskilling and improving the leadership pipeline in a time of transformation, but it’s key for boosting employee engagement. To explore the current state of L&D, we surveyed 210 senior professionals across 25+ industries to look at the current challenges being faced, the main focus areas for improvement and key priorities for the next few years.
Report Snap Shot
- Almost three quarters (73%) of businesses are prioritizing creative and personalized content for engaging teams more effectively
- Over two thirds of senior professionals believe that the widening skills gap in their business has resulted in a higher rate of staff turnover
- Around 60% of professionals report a loss of productivity as a result of not having the right skills, talent and training programs in-house