Leveraging Learning to Help Employees “Stick” to Your Organization

Friday, February 16, 2018 1:00pm - 2:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Therese Provencher, Talent and Culture Learning Director, National Lutheran

Help employees create an attachment, or “stick,” to your organization by identifying learning and growth opportunities that are meaningful to them. Cultivating an ongoing investment in the individual shows the employee their manager sees value in enhancing their knowledge. While most people may not start a discussion about learning with their manager, what they have to say when they are asked can make your organization stronger.

After participating in this webcast, you will:

  • Understand how discovering the learning goals of an employee can help the person “stick” to the organization.
  • Discover how creating organizational attachment can drive business results.
  • Identify how and when to create an environment for a successful stay interview.


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Therese Provencher
Therese Provencher

Talent and Culture Learning Director, National Lutheran

Therese Provencher is the talent and culture learning director for National Lutheran Communities & Services (NLCS), where she oversees the education and learning opportunities for employees within NLCS’s retirement communities and home health and home care agencies. Therese began her career as a registered dietitian working in the healthcare environment, and through her own desire for lifelong learning, she transitioned from teaching residents and patients about nutrition to teaching employees how to be successful in caring for those they serve. Therese completed a master’s degree in organizational leadership and enjoyed it so much she would do it all over again! Seeing the spark in an employee’s eye when they make the connection between something they have learned and how they can apply it to their life (personal or professional) is what drives Therese to stay in the field of learning and development.