The time is now to evolve your learning strategy into a positive employee-centric experience.
Learning has been evolving alongside business for the past 2 decades. Skills training has shifted to individual development and in-person live multi-day workshops have gone to virtual and on-demand formats. While the “what and how” of learning has kept up with the demands of the business, the “why and who” seem to be lagging. An effective learning strategy focused on the employee experience might just be the magic wand needed to improve engagement and retention.
Much of what drives course content and offerings from the Learning and Development team are business needs and training requirements, which often change throughout the year. That leaves L&D to select content and formats that deliver expectations to the business in the most efficient way possible and in a timely manner. But other than checking-a-box to meet legal or mandatory requirements, how does learning help employees from the lens of the employee? No one is arguing that mandatory compliance training or required skills courses do not help employees, however, the challenge with only having an HR-owned learning strategy is that employees lose sight of what they need as individuals to be the best version of themselves.
We invite you to join us for a live discussion with a panel of L&D and Engagement experts who will share their experiences and recommendations on how to adopt a positive employee experience and employee-centric approach to learning. In this session we will answer the following questions:
In this session you will learn:
Christian Gomez, VP of Strategy, The Marcus Buckingham Company, an ADP Company
Sam Rogers, Global Learning Technology & Analytics Manager, ConvaTec
Barnaby Dorfman, Chief Technology Officer, Go1