How HR and L&D Can Bridge the Gap Between Learning and Performance

Wednesday, August 14, 2019 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Matthew Brown, Chief People & Culture Officer, Schoox

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The days of point-in-time performance reviews are disappearing. The modern workforce wants a continuous feedback loop to answer questions like:

  • “How am I doing?”
  • “Where am I headed?”
  • “What training, learning, and development opportunities are available?”

But there’s a disconnect. While L&D professionals are tasked with training, learning, upskilling, reskilling, and more, human resources oversees performance and professional development plans alongside department heads.

During this webcast, you’ll:

  • Learn why connecting learning and performance is crucial for organizations to drive performance, engagement, development, and retention.
  • Discover how L&D leaders can cross the chasm and become part of the performance management conversation.
  • Develop a simple framework for connecting jobs to skills, competencies, goals, and performance reviews in an intuitive, easy-to-manage way.


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Matthew Brown
Matthew Brown

Chief People & Culture Officer, Schoox

Matthew Brown is the vice president of learning and brand success at Schoox. He has more than 15 years’ experience in IT, HR, learning and development, and talent management across multiple industries, with a majority of that time focused on the hospitality and restaurant industry. Matthew brings his unique blend of technical skills to the world of HR and training, allowing for an innovative approach to the integration of people, processes, and tools. He has led numerous training initiatives, stood up complex HR and IT enterprise SaaS solutions, and led countless program rollouts. His passion for L&D, combined with a unique blend of technical and business expertise, allow him to bring a fresh take on the business of people practices. In his spare time, Matthew enjoys volunteering at several community nonprofit organizations and spending time with his family and pets.