The pandemic forced us to question the physical dimension of work and to relentlessly innovate. L&D, in particular, became a strategic function that helped leaders and employees to quickly build the skills needed for virtual leadership, remote work, and resilience in the face of change and adversity.
With the end of the pandemic in sight, we are on the precipice of another state change. In fact, SHRM is predicting a forthcoming “Turnover Tsunami” – how can L&D continue to play a strategic role in strengthening employer brand and helping organizations stay competitive from a development and engagement standpoint?
Join your fellow Learning Leaders for facilitated discussion groups to share: