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5 Ways to Put Learning Front and Center at Your Company

Wednesday, April 6, 2022 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Stephanie Middaugh, Director of Enablement, WorkRamp and Sam Popcke, Senior Talent Success Manager, WorkRamp
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Effective L&D programs attract skilled talent and keep current employees engaged. When 94 percent of employees said they would stay at a company longer if their employer invested in their careers, L&D is certainly a program worthy of investment.

Join this webinar to hear more about how learning can be a growth engine for your organization. We’ll share five ways you can put L&D front and center at your company, as well as actionable tips to get started.

During this webinar, you’ll learn how to:

  • Expertly onboard employees.
  • Build ongoing L&D that helps you retain talent.
  • Demonstrate ROI for your program.

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Stephanie Middaugh
Stephanie Middaugh

Director of Enablement, WorkRamp

Stephanie Middaugh is a fearless and spunky sales enablement professional with more than 11 years in revenue operation and enablement functions, currently serving as director of enablement at WorkRamp. Data and results-driven with a desire to break the mold of typical enablement and training, Stephanie isn't afraid to try new things and has a track record of building impact-making and scalable programs at start-up companies, which has led to successful IPOs and acquisitions during her tenure.

Stephanie also has a strong passion for professional community building and is a prominent voice on LinkedIn. She co-founded an enablement Slack channel for professionals to network, share best practices, and get advice from colleagues across industries and the world. 


Sam Popcke
Sam Popcke

Senior Talent Success Manager, WorkRamp

Sam Popcke has been leading the HR function at WorkRamp for three years, where she is responsible for employee onboarding and engagement, benefits, the ERG (Employee Resource Group) program, and strategic people planning. Sam has helped the company grow 10X in size since she joined and particularly enjoys the work she does for WorkRamp.org and Cristo Rey.


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  • WorkRamp

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