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Employee Development as a Differentiator in the Coming Talent Crisis

Wednesday, March 30, 2016 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Brett Wilson, Practice Lead, Advisory Services, Cornerstone OnDemand

High employee turnover should be worrisome to any employer. Simply consider the expense to recruit, interview, and train new employees, and it’s easy to see why retention is such a high priority for the C-suite. And as the economy continues to pick up and the job market grows, employees now have more options—meaning organizations have to work harder than ever to engage and retain top talent. So what strategies can learning and development (L&D) professionals employ to remain competitive and avoid a talent shortage during the economic uptick?

Join this webcast to learn strategies for creating a collaborative learning culture that will enable L&D professionals to prepare for—and beat—the impending talent crisis.

You’ll gain insights on:

  • the upcoming talent crisis, and why implementing a collaborative learning culture is the key to solving it
  • what workers expect in their employers’ approach to L&D
  • making the right investments in your learning strategy to avoid the L&D “spend paradox.”
     

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Brett  Wilson
Brett Wilson

Practice Lead, Advisory Services, Cornerstone OnDemand

Brett Wilson is a seasoned business operations executive who has spent the past 20 years pioneering major business growth strategies and improving business units for the training industry. His primary expertise is in strategic talent management, particularly in the areas of L&D and business process design. Brett joined Cornerstone in 2013 as the practice leader for L&D within the business consulting group. He is now a principal consultant in Cornerstone’s thought leadership and advisory services directorate.

Prior to joining Cornerstone, Brett held executive management positions where he provided leadership and consulting to hundreds of commercial and government clients. He is recognized as an industry thought leader in L&D. Brett holds a bachelor of science degree in education from the University of Illinois, Carbondale.