Sustain the Learn Amid the Churn: 7 Practices for Creating Resilient Learning Organizations

Monday, October 17, 2016 1:00pm - 2:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Holly Burkett, Principal, hb Consulting | Evaluation Works

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Resilient, robust learning cultures are distinct hallmarks of organizations that consistently produce long-term results in terms of attraction, retention, engagement, innovation, and revenue growth. Yet building and sustaining a high-performing, well-integrated learning culture presents unique challenges for today’s learning organization as the competition for resources increases, workloads expand, and the pace of change accelerates. Despite the obvious benefits, research suggests that only 31 percent of organizations have an integrated, mature learning culture.

Join this webcast to learn:

  • what a resilient learning organization is and why it matters
  • seven proven practices for creating a more resilient learning organization
  • how various organizations have applied these practices to increase their value
  • how to assess the resiliency of your own learning organization


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Holly Burkett
Holly Burkett

Principal, hb Consulting | Evaluation Works

Holly Burkett has more than 20 years’ experience helping public- and private-sector organizations improve the strategic impact of diverse talent development initiatives. She is passionate about developing resilient learning and performance capabilities that create sustainable value. Formerly with Apple, she is now principal of Evaluation Works, a performance consultancy in Davis, California.

Holly is the author of the forthcoming book Learning for the Long Run: 7 Practices for Sustaining a Resilient Learning Organization. Additionally, she wrote the “Change Agent” chapter in ATD’s Talent Management Handbook, and contributed to the HR Certification Institute’s (HRCI’s) The Rise of HR: Wisdom from 73 Thought Leaders. She is an accomplished talent builder, a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR), and a select item reviewer for the HRCI credentialing exams. Holly holds a doctorate in human capital development, along with a master’s in human resources and organizational development.