This webinar offers insights into how to cultivate a workplace that nurtures continuous learning, empowers employees, and drives overall success.
Delivering a learning solution to a client requires a holistic approach whereby a training professional first and foremost strives to understand the performance gaps and needs of the client.
If you have been focusing primarily on the business-to-business (B2B) sector and you would now like to explore innovative ways to engage with business-to-customer (B2C) clients, first and foremost, you must understand the dynamics of the relations in the B2C sector.
Within each profession, there is a code of ethics that promotes responsible behaviors toward clients, colleagues, and society as a whole, and the learning and development industry is no exception.
According to Achim Steiner, administrator of the United Nations Development Programm
Whether you are delivering a course or a presentation, you want to do it in the most impactful way to motivate the audience to take action, change their behavior, or start implementing new practices. And the key to success is to ensure the audience is engaged from the start.
Most training professionals do not have a formal growth strategy for their business or are not able to effectively implement it, which limits the business’s success.
Whether you are an in-house training manager or a freelance professional hired to lead talent development efforts for a client organization, now is the time to develop the learning and development strategy (L&D strategy) for 2023.