Join the conversation – Thursday, September 5th – 1-2 p.m. ET
In a world defined by uncertainty, disruption and change, how can your organization stay ahead of the pack? It’s not easy. But today’s tight talent market demands a culture of learning. Here’s why:
According to LinkedIn research, 94% of employees would stay longer at a company that invests in their professional development. In other words, by elevating workforce skills, you can keep the talent you need to gain and sustain a competitive edge.
So, what kind of learning experiences actually drive employee loyalty and business performance?
Join John Leh, CEO and Lead Analyst at Talented Learning, and Paul Morton, Regional Director at CrossKnowledge, for practical advice and proven examples. You’ll discover what works – and why. Including:
You’ll find out what makes real-world partner programs work. Including:
- The 7 key building blocks for high-impact learning
- How to create compelling learning experiences
- Ideas to enhance and repurpose existing content
- How technology can support your goals
- Guidelines for measuring and interpreting results
If you want a more effective way to drive workplace skills development, you won’t want to miss this session!
NOTE: Live webinar attendees qualify for 1 CAE credit.
ALSO: If you can’t attend the live online event, we’ll send you a link to the recording.
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS:
John Leh is CEO and Lead Analyst at Talented Learning, LLC. John is a learning systems selection consultant, podcast host and industry blogger, focused on helping organizations find the ideal extended enterprise solution for their needs. John’s insights are based on more than 20 years of experience in the LMS industry, having served as a trusted adviser to more than 130 learning organizations with a total technology spend of more than $65 million.
Paul Morton is Regional Director of Europe and Americas at CrossKnowledge, which has been part of the Wiley Group since 2014. He has been immersed in learning strategies and technologies for 21 years. After starting his career as a stand-up trainer, Paul moved into coding and developed an early LMS. He has also authored elearning content and has managed multiple learning technology teams. That background, combined with a surprisingly useful degree in Scandinavian studies from the University of Edinburgh, has led to many interesting conversations about global leadership, change, learning and discovery with business leaders in all industries.