Creating an Employee-Centric Culture of Learning

Tuesday, December 4, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Jarron Cozad, VP of Talent Development, Mountain America Credit Union and Stephen Arntz, Senior Product Manager, Instructure

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Employee turnover is a growing challenge for companies: It’s costly, and with the current tight job market, employers can’t afford to lose their employees to competitors. How do organizations improve the employee experience and keep their people engaged?

Join Jarron Cozad, vice president of Talent Development at Mountain America Credit Union, and Steve Arntz, senior product manager from Instructure, as they discuss how high-performing organizations motivate and engage employees through strong employee-manager relationships, ongoing employee development, and cultures of learning.

In this webcast, you’ll learn:

  • how to create and sustain a strong culture of learning
  • what defines a healthy manager-employee relationship
  • how to improve retention by focusing on individual growth and development.


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Jarron  Cozad
Jarron Cozad

VP of Talent Development, Mountain America Credit Union

Jarron Cozad is the vice president of Talent Development at Mountain America Credit Union. Having spent time at both IBM and GE, Jarron’s exceptional experience in launching new learning management systems while streamlining content and creating new, more efficient tools has enabled him to focus his talents on digital transformation strategies spanning a variety of industries, including education, finance, and energy.

Stephen Arntz
Stephen Arntz

Senior Product Manager, Instructure

Steve Arntz has more than 10 years of experience building software in various capacities from inception to launch, and has worked with some of the largest and smallest software teams in the world. He is passionate about the development and growth of individuals, communities, and society, and is especially interested in solving complex problems that require collaboration across disciplines and even between companies. Steve has a knack for connecting the dots between people, ideas, and organizations.


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