Future of Corporate Learning: Leading Edge or Falling Behind?

Radiocasts | March 20, 2014 by Bonnie D. Graham

Today’s buzz: Corporate learning.

Pop quiz: Are you developing your workforce – millennials, boomers/zoomers, everyone in between – to their highest potential with employee-driven professional development plans, proven learning strategies, and rigorously evaluated educators?

If you answered “No” to any of these tools, you’re ignoring a mission critical business enabler. Even worse, you may be setting up your staff to become frustrated, disloyal, and ineffective at their jobs. Can you afford to take such a risk?

The experts speak.

Patrick Heffernan, TBR: “Managers who count training against utilization – that is, consider time spent learning as time not being utilized – will be left without good people or good clients.”

Jeff Losey, University of Farmers: “A rising tide lifts all boats” (John F. Kennedy).

Lori Williams, SAP: “Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn” (Benjamin Franklin).

Join us for Future of Corporate Learning: Leading Edge or Falling Behind?

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