This Is Employee Learning Week!

To increase awareness about the strategic value of learning in organizations, the American Society for Training & Development (ASTD) has declared Dec. 6-10 as “Employee Learning Week.”  Many member organizations have planned events to highlight the important link between developing employees’ skills and achieving organizational results.

ASTD research shows that organizations continue to invest in growing the knowledge and skills of their workforce.

“Senior executives realize that the most important asset in our knowledge economy is talent, and a skilled workforce is the key to realizing results. We encourage all organizations to demonstrate their commitment to learning by recognizing Employee Learning Week,” says Tony Bingham, ASTD President and CEO.

Employee Learning Week recently received recognition in U.S. Congress. Rep. Jim Moran (D-Va.) recognized Employee Learning Week with a resolution that appeared in the Congressional Record on Sept. 28 of this year. “I applaud ASTD and its members for their dedication to develop the knowledge and skills of employees during Employee Learning Week,” Congressman Moran said.

From obtaining local and state proclamations to hosting panel discussions and learning-related contests, organizations are using Employee Learning Week to draw attention to the importance of a skilled workforce and promote the week’s official theme: “Workforce Development is Everyone’s Business.” Participating organizations are designated “Champions of Learning” for their commitment to recognizing Employee Learning Week.

More info: www.employeelearningweek.org

To increase awareness about the strategic value of learning in organizations, the American Society for Training & Development (ASTD) has declared Dec. 6-10 as “Employee Learning Week.”  Many member organizations have planned events to highlight the important link between developing employees’ skills and achieving organizational results.

ASTD research shows that organizations continue to invest in growing the knowledge and skills of their workforce.

“Senior executives realize that the most important asset in our knowledge economy is talent, and a skilled workforce is the key to realizing results. We encourage all organizations to demonstrate their commitment to learning by recognizing Employee Learning Week,” says Tony Bingham, ASTD President and CEO.

Employee Learning Week recently received recognition in U.S. Congress. Rep. Jim Moran (D-Va.) recognized Employee Learning Week with a resolution that appeared in the Congressional Record on Sept. 28 of this year. “I applaud ASTD and its members for their dedication to develop the knowledge and skills of employees during Employee Learning Week,” Congressman Moran said.

From obtaining local and state proclamations to hosting panel discussions and learning-related contests, organizations are using Employee Learning Week to draw attention to the importance of a skilled workforce and promote the week’s official theme: “Workforce Development is Everyone’s Business.” Participating organizations are designated “Champions of Learning” for their commitment to recognizing Employee Learning Week.

More info: www.employeelearningweek.org

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