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Mar 2, 2016

Six Ways Talent Onboarding Drives Your Employment Brand

Whether you mean to or not, your organization has an Employment Brand. Your Employment Brand is a clear message to employees and potential employees about what your organization values and what the employee experience is like. Often a new employee’s exposure to the Employment Brand begins long before their first day. Every contact they have with an organization demonstrates the brand. How were they treated in the recruitment process? What have they seen on television or read online about your business? How is the organization welcoming them to the team? Do they know what their first 90 days are likely to look like? Six months? Their first year? Your Employment Brand...

Whether you mean to or not, your organization has an Employment Brand. Your Employment Brand is a clear message to employees and...

Jan 14, 2016

Running Corporate Learning as a Business: Top Trends for 2016

Yeah, yeah, I know. Yet another “here’s what to expect in the New Year” post. The only thing more certain than hangovers...

Yeah, yeah, I know. Yet another “here’s what to expect in the New Year” post. The only thing more certain than hangovers...

Oct 7, 2015

Improving Time to Impact: Onboarding New Leaders

PDG has published a new case study focused on building the next generation of corporate leaders. Failure rate for new managers can...

PDG has published a new case study focused on building the next generation of corporate leaders. Failure rate for new managers can...

Sep 28, 2015

Be the CEO of Your Learning Organization

It’s fall, and for parents and students, thoughts have turned to school; in the business world, thoughts are turning to fiscal planning...

It’s fall, and for parents and students, thoughts have turned to school; in the business world, thoughts are turning to fiscal planning...

Sep 3, 2015

Why Millennials are not Space Aliens

If you were born around 1980 or after, we all kind of owe you an apology. Because we dubbed you a “Millennial”...

If you were born around 1980 or after, we all kind of owe you an apology. Because we dubbed you a “Millennial”...

May 28, 2015

Creating the Learning Organization Structure

How do you know if the design of your learning organization is accomplishing your business goals? In PDG’s new white paper, “Creating...

How do you know if the design of your learning organization is accomplishing your business goals? In PDG’s new white paper, “Creating...

May 11, 2015

Driving Global Marketing Excellence at the ATD Conference

Join PDG and Pfizer at the ATD International Conference When you work in the life sciences industry, change is a constant. And...

Join PDG and Pfizer at the ATD International Conference When you work in the life sciences industry, change is a constant. And...

May 4, 2015

Tomorrow’s Sales Training at the LTEN Conference in June

Is it difficult to get new behaviors from an experienced sales team? The tenured sales force responsible for Genzyme’s Multiple Sclerosis product...

Is it difficult to get new behaviors from an experienced sales team? The tenured sales force responsible for Genzyme’s Multiple Sclerosis product...

Mar 3, 2015

Life Sciences Learning Trends in Focus

There’s no denying that changes in the world economy are having an effect on every industry. And the Life Sciences industry is...

There’s no denying that changes in the world economy are having an effect on every industry. And the Life Sciences industry is...

Feb 23, 2015

The Changing Face of Life Science Product Launch, Part 3: The Role of the Learning Team

In this series, PDG’s Ann Stott, a 20+ year veteran of the Life Science industry, shares her perspective on how to become...

In this series, PDG’s Ann Stott, a 20+ year veteran of the Life Science industry, shares her perspective on how to become...

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