4 Ways to Make Learning Work for the Modern Workforce

Tuesday, June 21, 2016 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Brett Wilson, Practice Lead, Advisory Services, Cornerstone OnDemand

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Are you worried about losing your employees to your competitors? If the answer is yes, you're not alone. By taking a collaborative approach to learning, learning and development (L&D) teams and lines of business can better retain and engage today's workforce.

During this webcast, the presenter will share strategies to help create a collaborative learning culture that engages employees and delivers results for executives. He will provide insight on:

  • current learning trends and challenges that have disrupted traditional L&D strategies
  • the needs and demands of today’s workforce
  • learning approaches that create a more engaged, productive, and passionate multigenerational workforce.


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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.