Reaching the Blue Collar Workforce: How Polaris Develops Talent in 2019
Date: Tuesday, November 19, 2019
Time: 2:00 PM ET
Traditional L&D isn’t obsolete, but it has become outdated. That’s why we collected data from nearly 800 workers, managers, and leaders from around the globe to gain some insights into where L&D and talent leaders can be more effective. The survey says…..L&D is falling short for the modern workforce. In fact, our respondents gave their employers an overall Net Promoter Score of -25 on their learning and development strategies. But many business leaders know this already. What they don’t know is how to fix it. The good news is that employees still love learning and they’re looking for organizational guidance. By honing in on the data and insights that impact how people — and companies — learn, you can make smarter investments in your most valuable assets: the skills of your people. Lucky for you, this event also includes a quick case study from Booking.com on how they are making this data come to life in their organization.
Register for this webinar to learn:
- The difference between learning and acquiring new skills
- How to apply hard metrics to your L&D strategy
- How to align your employees’ learning goals with those of your larger company
- How Polaris is putting the insights from the research to work at their organization
With over 10 years experience in various manufacturing industries (nuclear, oil and gas, automotive, and powersports) Naomee brings a unique perspective to training and development that compliments real-life business objectives. She is a change leader that has designed several training departments from the ground up and prides herself on being an inter-departmental liaison. Her work is helping to design and facilitate activities to strengthen and improve operational systems that impact people, equipment and the bottom-line. Naomee is a continuous learner and stays ahead of industrial knowledge. She has participated in executive education from Yale and ATD, is ISO 9001, and certified in project management, and received her MBA from Webster University.
Sarah has been actively involved in the learning space for nine years, leading marketing and communications efforts in both corporate and start-up capacities. She currently leads the enterprise communications and content development efforts on Degreed’s product marketing team. Prior to Degreed, Sarah served as the senior customer marketing manager at Xyleme, where she worked closely with Fortune 500 clients to market their learning success and grow their comprehensive author and delivery solutions.