Webvent

Putting Learners in the Driver’s Seat: Improve Business Outcomes by Supporting Employee Development

Wednesday, July 24, 2019 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Kerri Manorek, Learning Strategy Consultant, D2L

The world of work is undergoing transformative change. Skill gaps, lost organizational knowledge and experience from retiring Baby Boomers, digital disruption, and changing employee expectations mean that organizations need to rethink and reinvent how they approach learning and development to stay competitive in today’s market. Technology has empowered employees to take learning into their own hands, and employees increasingly expect their employers to enable continuous self-directed learning and development as a core part of the workplace experience.

Join us for this complimentary training industry webinar sponsored by D2L. Your host, Kerri Manorek, will explore modern learning that enables positive business outcomes and helps organizations stay ahead of the curve when faced with rapid, transformative change. This interactive webinar will provide easy-to-understand insights on how to:

· Attract and retain talent by shifting to a learner-centric development model.

· Improve employee performance and engagement by enabling continuous learning.

· Create leadership pipelines through self-directed learning paths.

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Presenter

Kerri Manorek
Kerri Manorek

Learning Strategy Consultant, D2L

For the past decade, Kerri Manorek has been working with organizations in a wide range of industries to develop and implement their strategic learning plans and guide them to their desired outcomes. Starting out as a technology instructor, her interests lead her to investigate the big picture of organization learning and she became a veteran in reimaging workplace learning culture. Now, as Learning Strategy Consultant for D2L, Kerri is focused on the corporate market and is constantly on top of the emerging research and trends in the workforce learning sphere. Kerri holds a master’s degree in learning and technology from Royal Roads University and a Honour’s Bachelor degree from Wilfrid Laurier University.


Sponsors

  • D2L Corporation

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