Learning leaders know that implementing an effective learning program can have significant business benefits. Companies with strong learning cultures are 2.6 times more likely to exceed financial targets and 7.2 times more likely to engage and retain their employees, according to a forthcoming report from Josh Bersin Research. The best way to create a culture of learning is to build a learning program, which requires careful planning, investment, and employee adoption in order to be successful.
For HR and learning leaders juggling multiple responsibilities, there’s a need to be able to get the most out of a learning solution as soon as it’s implemented, and do so quickly and efficiently.
Download this guide to learn how to:
- Establish executive buy-in and learning outcomes
- Build programmatic learning experiences
- Create excitement before the program launches
- Empower managers and enable learners
- Engage your learners