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Motivate Employees to Learn Through an Integrated Talent Ecosystem

Thursday, December 15, 2022 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Sandra Loughlin, Head of Client Learning & Talent Enablement, EPAM Systems
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Economists distinguish between two economic models—push and pull—that offer insights into organizational learning. In a push economy, supply exceeds demand, whereas a pull economy indicates high demand for scarce resources. In most organizations, talent development resembles a push economy: Training is pushed out to employees, but there is relatively little uptake. However, a true continuous learning culture is more akin to a pull economy: Employees are motivated to pull learning from their organization and demand high-quality experiences.

For world-weary talent development leaders, creating a pull learning economy may seem unattainable. But it’s easier than you think. Join this webinar to learn how to create a continuous learning culture within your organization by aligning typical talent management and development activities with a seamless, integrated talent ecosystem.

During this webinar, you will:

  • Classify your learning culture as push or pull.
  • Learn research-based underpinnings of a true continuous learning culture.
  • Unpack the eight components of an integrated talent ecosystem.
  • Review a case study of an organization that successfully implemented an integrated talent ecosystem.
  • Discuss how to get started on and avoid common implementation pitfalls. 

Presenter

Sandra Loughlin
Sandra Loughlin

Head of Client Learning & Talent Enablement, EPAM Systems

Sandra Loughlin is a learning scientist and organizational psychologist who helps multi-national firms achieve digital transformation goals by developing their employees’ technology, digital, and digital-adjacent capabilities. She built the Client Learning & Talent Enablement practice at EPAM Systems, a leading technology and transformation firm, and creates cutting-edge, research-based technology and data capability academies, specialized executive education programs for IT leaders, digital readiness learning programs for the business, and technology talent accelerators for clients. Several of these programs have received industry awards for innovation and demonstrable impact. Sandra presents on capability building in talks and keynotes around the globe, and her articles have appeared in publications like Forbes and TD magazine. Before joining EPAM, Sandra held a joint faculty appointment in the schools of education and business and oversaw transformational learning at the University of Maryland. Sandra holds a PhD in educational psychology and learning analytics from the University of Maryland and a master's degree in education from Harvard University.


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