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Manage change and drive value with a new approach to L&D

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In response to the pace of disruptive change and escalating uncertainty prevalent today, it’s no surprise that L&D leaders are grappling to provide workplace learning opportunities that effectively develop and retain talent. However, the challenge doesn’t end there. Learning & Development’s role in keeping businesses competitive is more critical than ever. Yet, all too often, […]

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In response to the pace of disruptive change and escalating uncertainty prevalent today, it’s no surprise that L&D leaders are grappling to provide workplace learning opportunities that effectively develop and retain talent. However, the challenge doesn’t end there. Learning & Development’s role in keeping businesses competitive is more critical than ever.

Yet, all too often, L&D leaders struggle to show measurable value from their learning programs, effectively translate how learning impacts performance, or adequately address the digital skills gap within their business.

The stakes are high, for both your business and your department. And while this isn’t solely an L&D challenge, L&D is uniquely positioned to drive towards a solution, because it starts with a new approach to learning.

Join us for this HRD webinar hosted in partnership with Emergn, for an in-depth discussion on why and how a new approach to L&D can help you unlock value from your current learning programs, address the growing skills gap, and keep your business competitive.

In this HRD webinar in partnership with Emergn you’ll learn:

  • Why the changing nature of work and talent today signals a need for L&D leaders to change their approach to workplace learning.
  • How L&D leaders can measure learning programs to drive increased value for both learners and their business.
  • How L&D can partner with change leaders to address the growing skills gap for the long term productivity of their business

 

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