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How to Create a Culture of Engagement

Date: Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Time: 2:00 PM ET

Duration: 60-minutes

The world of work is changing rapidly. Employees are demanding more learning and development opportunities that are engaging, easy to consume and available on-demand—when and where the they want it. Organizations are finding that recruiting and keeping employees is a growing challenge and are investing in learning and development programs to attract and retain workers. However, even with an increase in the availability of on-demand, easy to consume learning, many employees still are not engaging with it. This isn't simply an 'If you build it, they will come' situation. Without attention to creating appealing and engaging learning opportunities within a modern learning culture, that organizational investment is likely to fall very short of its potential. 

In this webinar, tactics will be presented to help you:

  • Get insights to determine if your employees are engaged
  • Embed learning into organizational culture to drive employee engagement
  • Design learner-centric programs that put your employees in the driver's seat of their professional development

Sponsored by:

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Speakers:

 Kerri

   Kerri Manorek
   
Learning Strategy Consultant

   D2L

Kerri Manorek is a Learning Strategy Consultant at D2L. For the past decade, Kerri has been working with organizations in a wide range of industries to develop and implement their strategic learning plans and guide them to their desired outcomes. Starting out as a technology instructor, her interests lead her to investigate the big picture of organization learning and she became a veteran in reimaging workplace learning culture. Now, as Learning Strategy Consultant for D2L, Kerri is focused on the corporate market and is constantly on top of the emerging research and trends in the workforce learning sphere. Kerri holds a Master’s degree in Learning and Technology from Royal Roads University and a Honour’s Bachelor degree from Wilfrid Laurier University.