Learn how New Zealand companies stack-up in terms of developing their staff.
How do New Zealand companies compare when it comes to learning & development priorities? Do businesses see staff development as an ‘optional extra’? Is there a link between executive education and productivity? How do you retain your best people?
The New Zealand Executive Education Survey 2017 is a partnership between IMNZ and Massey Business School researchers (MPOWER). It gathers the perspectives of senior managers, middle managers and future leaders to create a unique and detailed understanding of the current learning and development landscape in which organisations are operating.
A couple of key highlights include:
The major challenges facing NZ organisations emanated from both within and beyond the workplace setting:
- Addressing technological advances (49.1%)
- The speed of change (45.6%)
- Managing costs (40.4%)
- Major Re Organisation (40%)
A latest new trend in L&D:
Coaching is now considered the preferred L & D method for Executives, Middle Managers and High Potential in Australia and New Zealand.
L&D methods expected to be used in 2017:
- Individual coaching (77.8%)
- Peer-to-peer activities (75.6%)
- Team coaching ( 55.6%)
- Blended learning and individual online learning (both 46.7%)
- Individual Online Learning (46.7%)