Beyond Compliance: Creating a Culture of Engagement in Financial Services

Tuesday, January 8, 2019 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Kiara Graham, Learning Strategy Consultant, D2L

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The highly regulated nature of the financial services industry requires that employees learn and adhere to complex rules and regulations to remain compliant with their employers and regulators. Our last webcast, “Selling, Developing, and Delivering the Case for Modern Learning in Financial Services,” focused on how to sell, craft, and deliver a modern learning program in financial services. This webcast will focus on taking learning in financial services to the next level by moving beyond compliance training to a culture of engagement that inspires, motivates, and supports employees to drive business outcomes and performance.

In this webcast, you’ll learn how to:

  • Motivate employees to take ownership of their learning and career development.
  • Embed learning into company culture through policies and procedures that increase organizational agility.
  • Turn leaders into culture champions who inspire their teams to perform.



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Kiara Graham
Kiara Graham

Learning Strategy Consultant, D2L

Kiara Graham is a learning strategy consultant at D2L. Kiara has over seven years’ experience helping organizations foster innovation and growth by creating modern learning cultures through strategic investment in learning and development initiatives. Kiara has worked with learning teams in higher education, financial services, insurance, healthcare, and hospitality industries on organizational transformation, change management, leadership development, onboarding, and technical and soft skills training. Kiara’s experience has taught her that making learning a priority today can position organizations as leaders of tomorrow in this age of digital disruption. Kiara holds a master of arts from Carleton University.