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L&D can play a pivotal role in preparing and enabling our organizations to change, adapt and persevere through crisis.
Learning professionals should take time to examine experiences that are instantly and permanently stored in our memory and available for recall.
L&D must account for their costs, and demonstrate performance and business value to every stakeholder.
By identifying values and defining behaviors that empower employees to bring those values to life, L&D can increase employee engagement during times of change.
Many times, the expectation is for the learning team to drive and sustain the learning culture. However, the reality is that it is much more involved than one function.
A learning strategy is a form of prediction that describes a legitimate outcome, identifies vital actions that will lead to achieving the goal and defines how results will be measured.
Gain insights on the best practices you can implement to take your training department to the next level, making it an essential part of the business.