A Blueprint to Retaining Your Top Talent

Tuesday, January 16, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Elena Abramov, J.D., Content Consultant, Bridge by Instructure

An estimated 75 percent of voluntary employee turnover is influenced by managers’ behaviors. Increased pay and benefits may have secured your talent at the start, but it is certainly not retaining them—78 percent leave for reasons other than pay. If we better understand the motivations of our top-performing employees, then we can structure management strategies and learning resources to keep talent happy.

This webcast will explore employee learning and development cycles and the role they play in engaging, developing, and retaining employees. Members who attend will learn:

  • ways to assess the impact of your current L&D program
  • techniques to foster honest conversations around employee career and skills development
  • resources needed to develop, practice, and retain new skills.


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Elena Abramov, J.D.
Elena Abramov, J.D.

Content Consultant, Bridge by Instructure

Elena Abramov has spent her career helping organizations build ethical learning cultures. After attending Loyola Law School, Elena worked for one of the early legal compliance organizations, helping Fortune 500 companies structure some of the first online legal compliance programs to help build ethical cultures. Elena quickly realized that compliance was only the beginning to building learning cultures and engaging employees, so she expanded her focus. Over the last decade, Elena has worked with thousands of organizations of all sizes, such as American Express, Airbus, Nestle, TriNet, and Boys & Girls Club of America, helping them structure engaging learning programs by combining libraries from dozens of different content providers to meet their specific needs.