The L&D industry is being challenged to meet the needs of a rapidly changing global economy. The race to innovation depends on keeping an entire workforce eager, willing, and able to learn quickly.
As a result, L&D professionals are not only beholden to learning outcomes; they also hold the responsibility for hitting key business objectives.
So, how do you create an intentional learning program that not only engages learners but produces the business objectives you need to achieve?
Don’t miss this deep dive into learning consulting.
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