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Why Learning Loses Business Traction

Why Learning Loses Business Traction

TrainingPros continues our Learning Views webinar series in partnership with Harrisburg University, and we are delighted to offer this event. Join us to hear from Tabetha Taylor to learn more about best practices and strategies that L&D can use to keep a pulse on the business, regain lost traction and ensure learning programs maintain momentum, focus and their return on value.

  • Topic: We Are Losing Traction! Why Learning Loses Business Traction and How To Get It Back
  • Date: Monday, December 7th, 2015
  • Time: 3:00-4:00pm EST (60 minute session)
  • Cost: Free, but space is limited. Please register early
  • Speaker: Tabetha Taylor, SVP, CLO, Elite Team Dynamics
  • Register: Learning Views Webinar

Session Description:

The learning function is getting more effective at aligning learning programming to their business yearly objectives and goals. Once learning is aligned, L&D teams go about building the programming they committed to and start delivering on their promises to the organization. But at some point during the year some of those programs loose traction and business focus. The question is why? Many times the gap comes from the business changing focus and forgetting to let L&D know.

This session is sharing best practices and strategies that L&D can use to keep a pulse on the business, regain lost traction and ensure learning programs maintain momentum, focus and their return on value.

About the Speaker:

Tabetha has over 25 years of talent management, learning and organizational development experience, most recently in senior global leadership roles for successful brands; from Comcast to Boeing Employees Credit Union and Starbucks to Cox Automotive, which includes such companies as Auto Trader, Kelly Blue Book and Manheim, the largest Auto Auction Company in the world.

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