The modern workforce is changing rapidly. To keep up with change, it’s essential for businesses to prioritize workplace learning programs that provide strategic organizational advantages that lead to business outcomes. It’s also important for L&D leaders to find approaches that demonstrate a learning program’s significance and value to the executive team.
At this session, we will address the necessary steps and required process to build a successful learning program that fuels company initiatives and drives business outcomes. We’re excited to be joined by L&D leaders who will share their insights into how they have taken their learning strategy to the next level and set up their organization for future success.
- Learn how to create a learning strategy that delivers business outcomes
- Understand the outcomes that matter most and how to demonstrate ROI to executives
- Discover metrics that showcase a learning program’s true impact on an organization
- Ways you can strengthen offerings by incorporating learning technologies
What to expect
Emerging Sales Manager,
Ned Hamilton is an Emerging Sales Manager at Udemy Business, overseeing a team of 8 talented Account Executives. Ned has been at Udemy for the past 5 years, having spent his entire career working with HR & L&D leaders. He is passionate about education, and currently sits on the Board for D'Evelyn High School, one of the top schools in the country. Born and raised in Colorado, he graduated from CU-Boulder with a degree in Business Administration. Outside of work, Ned can be found exploring everything that Colorado has to offer with his soon-to-be wife, Jessica, and their corgi, Lucy.
Learning & Development Program Manager,
Mikayla Posk is the Learning & Development Program Manager at Notarize
Learning And Development Specialist,
Missa Romero is a marketer turned learning & development specialist who now promotes continual learning instead of promoting products. He specializes in developing systematic processes to enhance employee skills, knowledge, and competency. Missa believes that learning and development must be more than just mandatory trainings, it must empower people and be engaging for it to drive real business impact. In less than 3 months he built and deployed an analytical approach which resulted in healthy companywide learning competitions. Missa is a huge NBA fan and when he isn't watching games or listening to podcasts he can be found on bike rides.
Head of People & Culture,
Fair Trade USA
Jeanne-Marie Ryan is the Head of People & Culture at Fair Trade USA