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Strategy Builder Webinar 2109

Using Evidence
to Inform Your
Learning Strategy

Michelle Ockers (Main Host)
Ravina Bhatia (Co-Host)
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Los Angeles (PDT) Wed 15 Sep 4:00 PM
New York (EDT) Wed 15 Sep 7:00 PM
Sydney (AEST) Thurs 16 Sep 9:00 AM

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The 2021 L&D benchmark identified the top challenges facing L&D teams as:
• Reluctance by managers to make time for learning
• L&D are overwhelmed and under-equipped
• Leaders have traditional expectations of L&D that are difficult to challenge
• Lack of investment to future-proof L&D approaches

Which of these challenges do you face?

A well-crafted learning strategy helps you to address these challenges. It offers a compelling vision for learning in your organisation and clearly communicates the benefits and value of learning. Stop ‘pushing’ learning and start attracting people to it. Shape a strategy that is concrete, grounded in workplace reality and addresses both business priorities and the needs and preferences of your people.

Join Learning Uncut experts Michelle Ockers and Ravina Bhatia for practical advice on using evidence to inform your learning strategy. This 50-minute session will explore:

• How an evidence-informed approach helps you avoid common pitfalls
• Valuable sources of evidence for your strategy
• How to create a strategy research plan
• How to turn your evidence into actionable insights

Discover evidence-informed approaches and a robust end-to-end process to develop a contemporary learning strategy that aligns with your business strategy and has great stakeholder buy-in. Walk away ready to use best-in-class, tried and tested approaches.
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