L&D report: The state of corporate L&D in 2023 - stuck in the middle
An international survey, commissioned by CYPHER Learning, reveals a discrepancy in the way training is perceived: Employees crave personalized, meaningful training while leadership tends to consider training a box-ticking exercise. This is putting learning and development (L&D) in a difficult position.
What you will learn from this L&D research report:
Executives receive better quality and have more access to training than lower-ranked staff.
Almost every employee surveyed said training is critical for their role with two thirds of those agreeing professional development has given them a competitive advantage.
It is important to modernize development programs as many employees seek more engaging and fun training that is tailored to their job roles.