Creating a Culture of Learning in the Modern Workplace

Creating a Culture of Learning in the Modern Workplace

Are you creating a learning culture for your employees? We’re working in environments today where change is no longer an event but a constantly occurring process. In order for businesses to maintain a competitive advantage, it’s vital for their employees to be continually improving and learning. You may have some good ideas about what it takes to implement a culture of learning, but how’s your strategy? Do you have the tools and resources necessary to build a solid foundation for your learning culture? What’s your communication plan? How will you measure success and failure? In this webinar, CEO of BizLibrary, Dean Pichee will talk about what an engaged learning culture looks like, what types of strategies to implement to turn your ideas into a reality, how to make sure your training really sticks and how to manage the change that will inevitably occur as you implement a culture of learning. 


Key Learning Objectives 

• Learn the key characteristics of an engaged learning culture 

• Why micro-learning is the ideal tool for real culture-shift 

• How the science of learning reinforces training and increases ROI 

• Why change is inevitable and how to deal with it in a positive way. 


Speaker Bio: 

Dean Pichee, President and CEO of BizLibrary 

Dean Pichee is a successful entrepreneur with over 25 years of experience in the employee training industry. He founded BizLibrary in 1996 to provide affordable, high-quality training resources to small and mid-sized organizations across all industries. 


Host Bio: 

Erin Boettge, Content Marketing Manager, BizLibrary 

Erin is responsible for all aspects of content development, including development of ebooks, how-to guides, infographics, webinars and more. She conducts research about Learning and Development and HR topics to deliver up-to-date content possible to the BizLibrary audience.


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