Industry Best Practices for a Learning Culture
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- DateMon 07 October 2019
- Time10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
- Location39658 Mission Boulevard, Fremont, CA 94539, USA Fremont National 9453
- Ticket$$ 110 per person
- Table$Price for a table per table (seats Normally between 8-12)
- ContactEvent Manager
There are a number of theorists promoting a learning culture. Among the most prominent is Peter Senge, an MIT professor in the Sloan School of Management. was named a 'Strategist of the Centur' by the Journal of Business Strategy, one of 24 men and women who have 'had the greatest impact on the way we conduct business today'(September/October 1999).
Why should you Attend
A 2013 Gallup study revealed that only 13% of the workforce is actively engaged in their jobs. How do you keep employees engaged at every level? The importance of employee engagement can't be overstated - employee engagement strategies have been proven to reduce staff turnover, improve productivity and efficiency, retain customers at a higher rate, and make more profits. Most importantly, engaged employees are happier, both at work and in their lives. Jack Welch believed that 30% of a leader’s time should be spent in “teaching” to improve succession planning, and pass down important "tribal" information, that was often lost with.
Areas Covered in the Session
Overview and Definitions
Major Studies and Theorists
The Role of a Learning Culture
How to create and support a Learning Culture
The Benefits of Transforming Learning in an Organization
Formal and Informal Learning
Who Will Benefit
VPs of HR
Mary T. O'Sullivan,International Coach FederationMaster of Science, Organizational Leadership, ,- PCC, Society of Human Resource Management – SHRM-SCP, Master’s Certificate in Executive and Professional Career Coaching, University of Texas at Dallas. Member Beta Gamma Sigma, the International Honor Society. Advanced Studies in Education from SUNY Oswego and Syracuse University.