It’s easy to create a learning and development (L&D) strategy with a team of professionals who are equally passionate about aligning organizational goals with an individual learner’s development needs. Unfortunately, this is not the reality for most L&D professionals. Oftentimes, we are metaphorically challenged to quench the learning thirst of thousands with two fish and five loads of bread — or one L&D expert and a very limited budget.
Join us for this TICE Virtual Conference session. Your host Dr. Kristal Walker, principal consultant at 3C’s Training Group, will share best practices for designing, developing and implementing an effective L&D strategy on a limited budget and with limited human resources.
This interactive session will provide easy-to-understand insights on:
- Gaining executive buy-in by understanding the organization’s “leadership language.”
- Aligning employee skills gaps with customer needs.
- Partnering with stakeholders to write and implement the L&D plan.
|Dr. Kristal Walker, CPTM, Principal Consultant, 3C’s Training Group, LLC
Dr. Kristal Walker has over 15 years of experience helping clients engage, apply processes and implement technology to improve human and organizational performance. Her expertise includes developing strategy and executable tactics in the areas of leadership development, talent development, succession planning, diversity & inclusion, performance management, and employee engagement. Dr. Walker earned an undergraduate degree in human services, a graduate degree in management and organizational leadership, and a doctorate degree in organizational leadership. She is a Certified Professional in Training Management™ and prides herself on developing the next generation of leaders.